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Title 40Chapter ISubchapter CPart 52 → Subpart P


Title 40: Protection of Environment
PART 52—APPROVAL AND PROMULGATION OF IMPLEMENTATION PLANS


Subpart P—Indiana


Contents
§52.769   Identification of plan—conditional approval.
§52.770   Identification of plan.
§52.771   Classification of regions.
§52.772   [Reserved]
§52.773   Approval status.
§52.774   Determination of attainment.
§52.775   Legal authority.
§52.776   Control strategy: Particulate matter.
§52.777   Control strategy: photochemical oxidants (hydrocarbons).
§52.778   Compliance schedules.
§52.779   [Reserved]
§52.780   Review of new sources and modifications.
§52.781   Rules and regulations.
§52.782   Request for 18-month extension.
§52.783   [Reserved]
§52.784   Transportation and land use controls.
§52.785   Control strategy: Carbon monoxide.
§52.786   Inspection and maintenance program.
§52.787   Gasoline transfer vapor control.
§52.788   Operating permits.
§52.789   Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP requirements for decreases in emissions of nitrogen oxides?
§52.790   Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP requirements for decreases in emissions of sulfur dioxide?
§52.791   Visibility protection.
§52.792   [Reserved]
§52.793   Significant deterioration of air quality.
§52.794   Source surveillance.
§52.795   Control strategy: Sulfur dioxide.
§52.796   Industrial continuous emission monitoring.
§52.797   Control strategy: Lead.
§52.798   Small business stationary source technical and environmental compliance assistance program.
§52.799   Transportation conformity.
§52.800   Original identification of plan section.

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§52.769   Identification of plan—conditional approval.

The plan revision commitment listed in paragraphs (a) and (b) of this section were submitted on the dates specified.

(a)-(b) [Reserved]

[60 FR 22241, 22242, May 4, 1995, as amended at 62 FR 19056, Apr. 18, 1997; 63 FR 35144, June 29, 1998]

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§52.770   Identification of plan.

(a) Purpose and scope. This section sets forth the applicable State Implementation Plan (SIP) for Indiana under section 110 of the Clean Air Act, 42 U.S.C. 7401, and 40 CFR Part 51 to meet National Ambient Air Quality Standards.

(b) Incorporation by reference. (1) Material listed in paragraphs (c), (d), and (e) of this section with an EPA approval date prior to December 31, 2009, was approved for incorporation by reference by the Director of the Federal Register in accordance with 5 U.S.C. 552(a) and 1 CFR Part 51. Material is incorporated as it exists on the date of the approval, and notice of any change in the material will be published in the Federal Register. Entries in paragraphs (c), (d), and (e) of this section with an EPA approval date after December 31, 2009, will be incorporated by reference in the next update to the SIP compilation.

(2) EPA Region 5 certifies that the rules/regulations provided by the EPA in the SIP compilation at the addresses in paragraph (b)(3) of this section are an exact duplicate of the officially promulgated State rules/regulations which have been approved as part of the SIP as of December 31, 2009.

(3) Copies of the materials incorporated by reference may be inspected at the Environmental Protection Agency, Region 5, Air Programs Branch, 77 West Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, IL 60604; the EPA, Air and Radiation Docket and Information Center, EPA Headquarters Library, Infoterra Room (Room Number 3334), EPA West Building, 1301 Constitution Ave., NW., Washington, DC 20460, and the National Archives and Records Administration. If you wish to obtain materials from a docket in the EPA Headquarters Library, please call the Office of Air and Radiation (OAR) Docket/Telephone number: (202) 566-1742. For information on the availability of this material at NARA, call 202-741-6030, or go to: http://www.archives.gov/federal__register/code__of__federal__regulations/ibr__locations.html.

(c) EPA approved regulations.

EPA-Approved Indiana Regulations

Indiana
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SubjectIndiana
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Notes
Article 1. General Provisions
Rule 1. Provisions Applicable Throughout Title 326
1-1-2References to federal Act6/24/19947/21/1997, 62 FR 38919.
1-1-3References to the Code of Federal Regulations12/7/20166/26/2017, 82 FR 28775.
1-1-4Severability2/18/1982, 47 FR 6622.
1-1-5Savings clause2/18/1982, 47 FR 6622.
1-1-6Credible evidence3/16/200510/19/2005, 70 FR 60735.
Rule 2. Definitions
1-2-1Applicability of definitions9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-2“Allowable emissions” defined6/24/19947/21/1997, 62 FR 38919.
1-2-3Air pollution control equipment9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-4“Applicable state and federal regulations” defined6/24/19947/21/1997, 62 FR 38919.
1-2-5“Attainment area” defined9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-6“Best available control technology (BACT)” defined9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-6.5Board8/31/201412/3/2014, 79 FR 71672.
1-2-7“Bulk gasoline plant” defined9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-8“Bulk gasoline terminal” defined9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-9“Catalytic cracking unit” defined9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-10“Charging” defined9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-11“Charge port” defined9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-12“Clean Air Act” defined6/24/19947/21/1997, 62 FR 38919.
1-2-13“Coal processing” defined9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-14“Coating line” defined6/5/19913/6/1992, 57 FR 8082.
1-2-16“Coke oven battery” defined9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-17Coke Oven Topside9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-18Coke-Side9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-18.5“Cold cleaner degreaser” defined3/1/20137/25/2014, 79 FR 43260.
1-2-19“Combustion for indirect heating” defined9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-20Commence Construction9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-21Construction9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-21.5“Conveyorized degreaser” defined5/18/19903/6/1992, 57 FR 8082.
1-2-22Cutback asphalt9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-22.5“Department” defined1/21/19957/5/1995, 60 FR 34856.
1-2-23“Electric arc furnaces” defined9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-23.5“Emissions unit” defined12/25/199810/23/13, 78 FR 63093
1-2-24EPA9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-25Excess air9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-26Existing facility9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-27Facility9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-28Farming operation9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-28.5“Federally enforceable” defined1/21/19957/5/1995, 60 FR 34856.
1-2-29Flare9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-29.5“Freeboard height” defined5/18/19903/6/1992, 57 FR 8082.
1-2-29.6“Freeboard ratio” defined5/18/19903/6/1992, 57 FR 8082.
1-2-30Fugitive dust9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-31Gas collector main9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-32Gasoline9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-32.1“Gooseneck cap” defined6/11/19936/15/1995, 60 FR 31412.
1-2-33Governmental unit9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-33.1“Grain elevator” defined6/24/19947/21/1997, 62 FR 38919.
1-2-33.2“Grain terminal elevator” defined6/24/19947/21/1997, 62 FR 38919.
1-2-34Incinerator9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-34.1“Jumper pipe” defined6/11/19936/15/1995, 60 FR 31412.
1-2-35Larry car9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-36Lowest achievable emission rate9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-37Luting material9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-38Major facility9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-39Malfunction9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-40Material9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-41Military specifications9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-42Modification9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-43Natural growth9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-44Necessary preconstruction approvals for permits9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-45New facility9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-46Nonattainment areas9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-47“Noncombustible container” defined9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-48“Nonphotochemically reactive hydrocarbons” or “negligibly photochemically reactive compounds” defined10/31/20105/13/2011, 76 FR 27904.
1-2-49Offtake piping9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-49.5“Open top vapor degreaser” defined5/18/19903/6/1992, 57 FR 8082.
1-2-50Oven door9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-51“Owner or operator” defined9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-52“Particulate matter” defined1/19/200510/19/2005, 70 FR 60735.
1-2-52.2“PM2.5” defined1/19/200510/19/2005, 70 FR 60735.
1-2-52.4“PM10” defined1/19/200510/19/2005, 70 FR 60735.
1-2-54Positive net air quality benefit9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-55Potential emissions9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-56Pre-carbonization9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-57Primary chamber9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-58Process9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-59Process weight; weight rate9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-60Pushing9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-61“Push-side” defined9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-62“Qualified observer” defined9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-62.1“Quench car” defined6/11/19936/15/1995, 60 FR 31412.
1-2-63Quenching9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-63.1“Quench reservoir” defined6/11/19936/15/1995, 60 FR 31412.
1-2-63.2“Quench tower” defined6/11/19936/15/1995, 60 FR 31412.
1-2-64Reasonable further progress9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-64.1“Reasonably available control technology” or “RACT” defined1/21/19957/5/1995, 60 FR 34856.
1-2-65Reconstruction9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-66Regulated pollutant9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-67Reid vapor pressure9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-68Related facilities9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-69Respirable dust9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-70“Secondary chamber” defined9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-71“Shutdown condition” defined9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-72“Solvent” defined9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-73“Source” defined9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-74“Stack” defined9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-75“Standard conditions” defined9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-76“Startup condition” defined9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-77“Standpipe lid” defined9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-80“Tank wagon” defined9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-81“Temporary emissions” defined9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-82“Theoretical air” defined9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-82.5“Total suspended particulate” or “TSP” defined1/19/200510/19/2005, 70 FR 60735.
1-2-83“Transfer efficiency” defined9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-84“Transport” defined9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-85“True vapor pressure” defined9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-86“Unclassifiable (unclassified) areas” defined9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-87“Underfire” defined9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-88“Vapor balance system” defined9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-89“Vapor control system” defined9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
1-2-90“Volatile organic compound” or “VOC” defined5/26/20073/18/2008, 73 FR 14389.
1-2-91“Wood products” defined9/26/198011/5/1981, 46 FR 54943.
Rule 3. Ambient Air Quality Standards
1-3-1Applicability11/27/1981, 46 FR 57895.
1-3-2Sampling Methods and Analysis11/27/1981, 46 FR 57895.
1-3-3Quality assurance guidelines11/27/1981, 46 FR 57895.
1-3-4Ambient air quality standards8/11/20177/31/2018, 83 FR 36751.
Rule 4. Attainment Status Designations
1-4-1Definitions1/18/20134/19/2013, 78 FR 23492
Rule 5. Episode Alert Levels
1-5-1Air Pollution Forecast5/31/1972, 37 FR 10842.
1-5-2Air Pollution Alert5/31/1972, 37 FR 10842.
1-5-3Air Pollution Warning5/31/1972, 37 FR 10842.
1-5-4Air Pollution Emergency5/31/1972, 37 FR 10842.
1-5-5Termination5/31/1972, 37 FR 10842.
Rule 6. Malfunctions
1-6-1Applicability6/24/19947/21/1997, 62 FR 38919.
1-6-2Records; notice of malfunction3/15/19845/3/1990, 55 FR 18604.
1-6-3Preventive maintenance plans3/15/19845/3/1990, 55 FR 18604.
1-6-4Conditions under which malfunction not considered violation3/15/19845/3/1990, 55 FR 18604.
1-6-5Excessive malfunctions; department actions3/15/19845/3/1990, 55 FR 18604.
1-6-6Malfunction emission reduction program3/15/19845/3/1990, 55 FR 18604.
Rule 7. Stack Height Provisions
1-7-1Applicability8/27/19803/12/1982, 47 FR 10824.
1-7-3Actual stack height provisions8/27/19803/12/1982, 47 FR 10824.
1-7-5Exemptions; limitations8/27/19803/12/1982, 47 FR 10824.
Article 2. Permit Review Rules
Rule 1.1. General Provisions
2-1.1-1Definitions7/11/1210/29/12, 77 FR 65478(2) and (10) only.
2-1.1-6Public notice6/26/19996/27/2003, 68 FR 38197
2-1.1-7Fees9/10/20046/18/2007, 72 FR 33395
2-1.1-8Time periods for determination on permit applications6/26/19996/27/2003, 68 FR 38197
2-1.1-9.5General provisions; term of permit12/16/200710/6/2009, 74 FR 51240
Rule 2. Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) Requirements
2-2-1Definitions3/16/20119/28/2011, 76 FR 59899(a) through (e), (f)(2) through (f)(3), (g) through (cc), (dd)(2) through (dd)(3), (ee)(1) through (ee)(2), (ff)(1) through (ff)(6), (gg)(1)(A) through (gg)(1)(B), (gg)(2) through (gg)(3), (hh) through (rr), (ss)(2) through (ss)(6), (tt) through (vv), (ww)(1)(A) through (ww)(1)(E), (ww)(1)(G) through (ww)(1)(W), (ww)(2), (xx) through (aaa).
2-2-1Definitions7/11/201210/29/2012, 77 FR 65478(dd)(1), (ff)(7), (ss)(1), (ww)(1)(F) and (ww)(1)(G) only.
2-2-1Definitions7/11/20127/2/2014, 79 FR 37646(f)(1), (ee)(3), and (gg)(1)(C) only.
2-2-2Applicability10/31/20107/8/2011, 76 FR 40242
2-2-3Control technology review; requirements9/10/20046/18/2007, 72 FR 33395
2-2-4Air quality analysis; requirements3/16/20119/28/2011, 76 FR 59899(a), (b)(1), (b)(2)(A)(i) through (b)(2)(A)(iv), (b)(2)(A)(vi) through (b)(2)(A)(xiii), (b)(2)(B), (b)(3), (c)(1) through (c)(3), (c)(5) through (c)(7).
2-2-4Air quality analysis; requirements7/11/201210/29/2012, 77 FR 65478(b)(2)(A)(vi) only.
2-2-4Air quality analysis; requirements7/11/20127/2/2014, 79 FR 37646(c)(4) only.
2-2-5Air quality impact; requirements10/31/20107/8/2011, 76 FR 40242
2-2-6Increment consumption; requirements7/11/20128/11/2014, 79 FR 46710(b) only
2-2-8Source obligation10/31/20107/8/2011, 76 FR 40242
2-2-10Source information10/31/20107/8/2011, 76 FR 40242
2-2-11Stack height provisions4/22/20016/27/2003, 68 FR 38197
2-2-12Permit rescission4/8/20045/20/2004, 69 FR 29071
2-2-13Area designation and redesignation4/22/20016/27/2003, 68 FR 38197
2-2-14Sources impacting federal Class I areas: additional requirements7/11/20127/2/2014, 79 FR 37646
2-2-15Public participation4/22/20016/27/2003, 68 FR 38197
2-2-16Ambient air ceilings4/22/20016/27/2003, 68 FR 38197
Rule 3. Emission Offset
2-3-1Definitions10/31/20107/8/2011, 76 FR 40242
2-3-2Applicability10/31/20107/8/2011, 76 FR 40242
2-3-3Applicable requirements10/31/20107/8/2011, 76 FR 40242
2-3-4Banking of emission offsets12/13/199310/7/1994, 59 FR 51108
2-3-5Location of offsetting emissions12/13/199310/7/1994, 59 FR 51108
Rule 3.4. Actuals Plantwide Applicability Limitations in Nonattainment Areas
2-3.4-1Applicability9/10/20046/18/2007, 72 FR 33395
2-3.4-2Definitions9/10/20046/18/2007, 72 FR 33395
2-3.4-3Permit application requirements9/10/20046/18/2007, 72 FR 33395
2-3.4-4Establishing PALs; general requirements9/10/20046/18/2007, 72 FR 33395
2-3.4-5Public participation requirements for PALs9/10/20046/18/2007, 72 FR 33395
2-3.4-6Establishing a 10 year actuals PAL level9/10/20046/18/2007, 72 FR 33395
2-3.4-7Contents of the PAL permit9/10/20046/18/2007, 72 FR 33395
2-3.4-8PAL effective period and reopening of the PAL permit9/10/20046/18/2007, 72 FR 33395
2-3.4-9Expiration of a PAL9/10/20046/18/2007, 72 FR 33395
2-3.4-10Renewal of a PAL9/10/20046/18/2007, 72 FR 33395
2-3.4-11Increasing a PAL during the PAL effective period9/10/20046/18/2007, 72 FR 33395
2-3.4-12Monitoring requirements for PALs9/10/20046/18/2007, 72 FR 33395
2-3.4-13Record keeping requirements9/10/20046/18/2007, 72 FR 33395
2-3.4-14Reporting and notification requirements9/10/20046/18/2007, 72 FR 33395
2-3.4-15Termination and revocation of a PAL9/10/20046/18/2007, 72 FR 33395
Rule 5.1. Construction of New Sources
2-5.1-4Transition procedures9/10/20046/18/2007, 72 FR 33395
Rule 6. Emission Reporting
2-6-1Applicability11/20/20164/7/2017, 82 FR 16926
2-6-2Definitions3/27/200410/29/2004, 69 FR 63069
2-6-3Compliance schedule8/13/20063/29/2007, 72 FR 14678
2-6-4Requirements8/13/20063/29/2007, 72 FR 14678
2-6-5Additional information requests3/27/200410/29/2004, 69 FR 63069
Rule 7. Part 70 Permit Program
2-7-10.5Part 70 permits; source modifications10/26/20133/16/2015, 80 FR 13494Indiana made typographical corrections to (f)(2)(C) on 1/11/2014.
Rule 8. Federally Enforceable State Operating Permit Program
2-8-1Definitions6/24/19948/18/1995, 60 FR 43008
2-8-2Applicability6/24/19948/18/1995, 60 FR 43008
2-8-3Permit application6/24/19948/18/1995, 60 FR 43008
2-8-4Permit content12/16/200710/6/2009, 74 FR 51240
2-8-5Compliance requirements for FESOPs6/24/19948/18/1995, 60 FR 43008
2-8-6Federally enforceable requirements6/24/19948/18/1995, 60 FR 43008
2-8-7Permit issuance, renewal, and revisions6/24/19948/18/1995, 60 FR 43008
2-8-8Permit reopening6/24/19948/18/1995, 60 FR 43008
2-8-9Permit expiration6/24/19948/18/1995, 60 FR 43008
2-8-10Administrative permit amendments6/24/19948/18/1995, 60 FR 43008
2-8-11Permit modification (Repealed)6/24/19948/18/1995, 60 FR 43008
2-8-11.1Permit revisions10/26/20133/16/2015, 80 FR 13494Indiana made typographical corrections to (d)(4) on 1/11/2014.
2-8-12Emergency provision6/24/19948/18/1995, 60 FR 43008
2-8-13Public notice6/24/19948/18/1995, 60 FR 43008
2-8-14Review by U.S. EPA6/24/19948/18/1995, 60 FR 43008
2-8-15Operational flexibility6/24/19948/18/1995, 60 FR 43008
2-8-16Fees6/24/19948/18/1995, 60 FR 43008
2-8-17Local agencies6/24/19948/18/1995, 60 FR 43008
Rule 9. Source Specific Operating Agreement Program
2-9-1General provisions6/24/19944/2/1996, 61 FR 14487
2-9-2Source specific restrictions and conditions (Repealed)6/24/19944/2/1996, 61 FR 14487Sec. 2(a), 2(b), and 2(e)
Article 3. Monitoring Requirements
Rule 1. Continuous Monitoring of Emissions
3-1-1Applicability9/4/1981, 46 FR 44448
Rule 2.1. Source Sampling Procedures
3-2.1-5Specific Testing Procedures7/15/19954/9/1996, 61 FR 15704
Rule 4. General Provisions
3-4-1Definitions9/10/201110/23/2013, 78 FR 63093
3-4-2Certification9/10/201110/23/2013, 78 FR 63093
3-4-3Conversion factors9/10/2011
Rule 5. Continuous Monitoring of Emissions
3-5-1Applicability; continuous monitoring requirements for applicable pollutants1/15/20144/17/2015, 80 FR 21174
3-5-2Minimum performance and operating specifications9/10/201110/23/2013, 78 FR 63093
3-5-3Monitor system certification9/10/201110/23/2013, 78 FR 63093
3-5-4Standard operating procedures9/10/201110/23/2013, 78 FR 63093
3-5-5Quality assurance requirements9/10/201110/23/2013, 78 FR 63093
3-5-6Recordkeeping requirements9/10/201110/23/2013, 78 FR 63093
3-5-7Reporting requirements9/10/201110/23/2013, 78 FR 63093
3-5-8Operation and maintenance of continuous emission monitoring and continuous opacity monitoring systems9/10/201110/23/2013, 78 FR 63093
Rule 6. Source Sampling Procedures
3-6-1Applicability; test procedures9/10/201110/23/2013, 78 FR 63093
3-6-2Source sampling protocols9/10/201110/23/2013, 78 FR 63093
3-6-3Emission testing9/10/201110/23/2013, 78 FR 63093
3-6-4Reporting9/10/201110/23/2013, 78 FR 63093
3-6-5Specific testing procedures; particulate matter; PM10; PM2.5; sulfur dioxide; nitrogen oxides; volatile organic compounds9/10/201110/23/2013, 78 FR 63093
Rule 7. Fuel Sampling and Analysis Procedures
3-7-1Applicability9/10/201110/23/2013, 78 FR 63093
3-7-2Coal sampling and analysis methods9/10/201110/23/2013, 78 FR 63093
3-7-3Alternate coal sampling and analysis methods9/10/201110/23/2013, 78 FR 63093
3-7-4Fuel oil sampling; analysis methods9/10/201110/23/2013, 78 FR 63093
3-7-5Recordkeeping requirements; standard operating procedures9/10/201110/23/2013, 78 FR 63093
Article 4. Burning Regulations
Rule 1. Open Burning1
4-1-0.5Definitions2/10/200112/9/2014, 79 FR 72979
4-1-1Scope2/10/200112/9/2014, 79 FR 72979
4-1-2Prohibition against open burning2/10/200112/9/2014, 79 FR 72979
4-1-3Exemptions10/28/201112/9/2014, 79 FR 72979
4-1-4Emergency burning10/28/201112/9/2014, 79 FR 72979
4-1-4.1Open burning approval; criteria and conditions12/15/200212/9/2014, 79 FR 72979
4-1-4.2Open burning; approval revocation2/10/200112/9/2014, 79 FR 72979
4-1-4.3Open burning approval; delegation of authority2/10/200112/9/2014, 79 FR 72979
Rule 2. Incinerators
4-2-1Applicability12/15/200211/30/2004, 69 FR 69531
4-2-2Incinerators12/15/200211/30/2004, 69 FR 69531
4-2-3Portable incinerators (Repealed)12/15/200211/30/2004, 69 FR 69531
Article 5. Opacity Regulations
Rule 1. Opacity Limitations
5-1-1Applicability11/8/19987/16/2002, 67 FR 46589
5-1-2Opacity limitations11/8/19987/16/2002, 67 FR 46589
5-1-3Temporary alternative opacity limitations11/8/19987/16/2002, 67 FR 46589
5-1-4Compliance determination6/11/19936/15/1995, 60 FR 31412Sec. 4(a).
   11/8/19987/16/2002, 67 FR 46589Sec. 4(b).
5-1-5Violations6/11/19936/15/1995, 60 FR 31412(a) and (c).
5-1-5Violations11/8/19987/16/2002, 67 FR 46589(b)(1)(A) through (b)(1)(D), (b)(1)(F) through (b)(1)(I), (b)(2) through (b)(11).
5-1-5Violations7/11/20127/2/2014, 79 FR 37646(b)(1)(E) only.
5-1-7State implementation plan revisions6/11/19936/15/1995, 60 FR 31412
5-1-8Site-specific temporary alternate opacity limitations12/6/20149/30/2016, 81 FR 67186
Article 6. Particulate Rules
Rule 2. Particulate Emission Limitations for Sources of Indirect Heating
6-2-1Applicability10/21/19835/17/1985, 50 FR 20569
6-2-2Emission limitations for facilities specified in 326 IAC 6-2-1(b)10/21/19835/17/1985, 50 FR 20569
6-2-3Emission limitations for facilities specified in 326 IAC 6-2-1(c)10/21/19835/17/1985, 50 FR 20569
6-2-4Emission limitations for facilities specified in 326 IAC 6-2-1(d)10/21/19835/17/1985, 50 FR 20569
Rule 3. Particulate Emission Limitations for Manufacturing Processes
6-3-1Applicability6/12/20027/25/2005, 70 FR 42495Sec. 1.(a) and (b).
      4/20/20126/17/2014, 79 FR 34435only Sec. 1. (c).
6-3-1.5Definitions6/12/20027/25/2005, 70 FR 42495
6-3-2Particulate emission limitations, work practices, and control technologies6/12/20027/25/2005, 70 FR 42495
Rule 4. Fugitive Dust Emissions
6-4-1Applicability of rule11/16/197310/28/1975, 40 FR 50032Approved as APC-20 Sec. 1. Definitions.
6-4-2Emission limitations11/16/197310/28/1975, 40 FR 50032Approved as APC-20 Sec. 2. Allowable Emissions.
6-4-3Multiple sources of fugitive dust11/16/197310/28/1975, 40 FR 50032Approved as APC-20 Sec. 3. Applicability.
6-4-4Motor vehicle fugitive dust sources11/16/197310/28/1975, 40 FR 50032Approved as APC-20 Sec. 4. Mobile Fugitive Dust Sources.
6-4-5Measurement processes11/16/197310/28/1975, 40 FR 50032Approved as APC-20 Sec. 5. Methods of Measurement.
6-4-6Exceptions11/16/197310/28/1975, 40 FR 50032Approved as APC-20 Sec. 6.
6-4-7Compliance date11/16/197310/28/1975, 40 FR 50032Approved as APC-20 Sec. 3(e).
Rule 7. Particulate Matter Emission Limitations for Southern Indiana Gas and Electric Company
6-7-1Southern Indiana Gas and Electric Company (SIGECO)8/30/200811/10/2009, 74 FR 57904
Article 6.5. Particulate Matter Limitations Except Lake County
Rule 1. General Provisions
6.5-1-1Applicability4/20/20126/17/2014, 79 FR 34435
6.5-1-1.5Definitions9/9/20053/22/2006, 71 FR 14383
6.5-1-2Particulate emission limitations; modification by commissioner4/20/20126/17/2014, 79 FR 34435
6.5-1-3Nonattainment area particulate limitations; compliance determination9/9/20053/22/2006, 71 FR 14383
6.5-1-4Compliance schedules9/9/20053/22/2006, 71 FR 14383
6.5-1-5Control strategies4/20/20126/17/2014, 79 FR 34435
6.5-1-6State implementation plan revisions4/20/20126/17/2014, 79 FR 34435
6.5-1-7Scope; affected counties9/9/20053/22/2006, 71 FR 14383
Rule 2. Clark County
6.5-2-1General provisions2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-2-4ESSROC Cement Corporation2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-2-8Kimball Office-Borden2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-2-9PQ Corporation2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
Rule 3. Dearborn County
6.5-3-1General provisions2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-3-2Anchor Glass Container Corporation2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-3-3Dearborn Ready Mix, LLC2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-3-4Indiana Michigan Power, Tanners Creek Plant2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-3-5Laughery Gravel2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
Rule 4. Dubois County
6.5-4-1General provisions2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-4-2Kimball Office—Jasper 15th Street5/29/20152/22/2016, 81 FR 8650
6.5-4-3Jasper Seating Co., Inc., Plant No. 32/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-4-4DMI Furniture Plant No. 55/29/20152/22/2016, 81 FR 8650
6.5-4-5Dubois County Farm Bureau Co-op2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-4-6Forest Products No. 12/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-4-9Indiana Desk Company2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-4-10Indiana Dimension, Indiana Furniture Industries2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-4-11Indiana Furniture Industries (Repealed)2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-4-15Jasper Chair Company, Inc.2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-4-16Jasper Desk Company, Incorporated2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-4-17Kimball Office—Jasper Cherry Street5/29/20152/22/2016, 81 FR 8650
6.5-4-18Jasper Municipal Electric Utility2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-4-19JOFCO Inc. Plants 1 and 22/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-4-21Jasper Seating2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-4-24Styline Industries, Inc. Plant #85/29/20152/22/2016, 81 FR 8650
Rule 5. Howard County
6.5-5-1General provisions2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-5-2Chrysler, LLC-Kokomo Casting Plant and Kokomo Transmission Plant5/29/20152/22/2016, 81 FR 8650
6.5-5-5Delco Electronics Corporation05/29/20152/22/2016, 81 FR 8650
6.5-5-10Kokomo Grain Company2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-5-11E & B Paving, Inc.2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-5-16Martin Marietta Materials, Inc.2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
Rule 6. Marion County
6.5-6-1General provisions2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-6-2Allison Transmission5/29/20152/22/2016, 81 FR 8650
6.5-6-5Bunge North America (East), Inc.2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-6-18Cargill, Inc.2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-6-22Indiana Veneers Corporation2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-6-23Citizens Thermal Energy C.C. Perry K2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-6-23.1Indianapolis Power and Light Company (IPL) Harding Street Station2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-6-25National Starch and Chemical Company5/29/20152/22/2016, 81 FR 8650
6.5-6-26International Truck and Engine Corporation & Indianapolis Casting Corporation5/29/20152/22/2016, 81 FR 8650
6.5-6-28Quemetco Inc. (RSR Corporation)2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-6-31Vertellus Agriculture & Nutrition Specialties LLC2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-6-33Rolls-Royce Corporation5/29/20152/22/2016, 81 FR 8650
6.5-6-34St. Vincent's Hospital and Health Care Service2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-6-35Belmont Waste Water Sludge Incinerator2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
Rule 7. St. Joseph County
6.5-7-1General provisions2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-7-6Bosch Braking Systems Corporation2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-7-10RACO-Hubbell Electric Products2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-7-11Reith Riley Construction Company, Inc.2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-7-13Holy Cross Services Corporation (Saint Mary's Campus)2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-7-14Accucast Technology, LLC2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-7-16University of Notre Dame du Lac2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-7-18Walsh & Kelly, Inc.2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
Rule 8. Vanderburgh County
6.5-8-1General provisions2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-8-11Nunn Milling Company, Inc.2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-8-12Land O' Lakes Purina Feed LLC2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-8-13Southern Indiana Gas and Electric Company, Broadway Avenue Generating Station2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-8-14Whirlpool Corporation Highway 41 North2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
Rule 9. Vigo County
6.5-9-1General provisions2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-9-10S&G Excavating, Inc.2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-9-11Duke Energy Indiana, Inc.—Wabash River Generating Station2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-9-13Sisters of Providence2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-9-15Terre Haute Grain2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-9-17Ulrich Chemical, Inc.2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
Rule 10. Wayne County
6.5-10-1General provisions2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-10-2Barrett Paving Materials, Inc.2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-10-3Belden Wire and Cable Company2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-10-5Milestone Contractors LP (Cambridge City)2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-10-9Earlham College2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-10-11Johns Manville International, Inc.2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-10-12Joseph H. Hill Co.2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-10-13Land O' Lakes Purina Feed LLC2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-10-14Milestone Contractors Richmond2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-10-15Richmond Power & Light—Whitewater Valley Generating Station2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
6.5-10-16Richmond State Hospital2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
Article 6.8. Particulate Matter Limitations for Lake County
Rule 1. General Provisions
6.8-1-1Applicability4/20/20126/17/2014, 79 FR 34435
6.8-1-1.5Definitions9/9/20053/22/2006, 71 FR 14383
6.8-1-2Particulate emission limitations; modification by commissioner4/20/20126/17/2014, 79 FR 34435
6.8-1-3Compliance determination9/9/20053/22/2006, 71 FR 14383
6.8-1-4Compliance schedules9/9/20053/22/2006, 71 FR 14383
6.8-1-5Control strategies4/20/20126/17/2014, 79 FR 34435
6.8-1-6State implementation plan revisions4/20/20126/17/2014, 79 FR 34435
6.8-1-7Scope2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356
Rule 2. Lake County: PM10 Emission Requirements
6.8-2-1General provisions and definitions2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356.
6.8-2-2Lake County: PM10 and total suspended particulates (TSP) emissions2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356.
6.8-2-4ASF-Keystone, Inc.—Hammond2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356.
6.8-2-6BP Products North America, Inc.—Whiting Refinery2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356.
6.8-2-7Bucko Construction Company, Inc2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356.
6.8-2-8Cargill, Inc11/19/20104/14/2011, 76 FR 20846.
6.8-2-9W.R. Grace and Co.—Conn2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356.
6.8-2-13Hammond Group, Inc. (HGI) Halox Division, Lead Products Division, and Hammond Expander Division2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356.
6.8-2-14Hammond Group, Inc.—Halstab Division2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356.
6.8-2-16Resco Products, Inc2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356.
6.8-2-17Mittal Steel—Indiana Harbor East Inc2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356.
6.8-2-18Jupiter Aluminum Corporation5/29/20152/22/2016, 81 FR 8650
6.8-2-19Dover Chemical Corporation—Hammond2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356.
6.8-2-20LaSalle Steel Company2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356.
6.8-2-21Mittal Steel—Indiana Harbor West Inc2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356.
6.8-2-22Carmeuse Lime Inc2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356.
6.8-2-24Methodist Hospital Inc2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356.
6.8-2-25National Recovery Systems2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356.
6.8-2-26NIPSCo—Dean H. Mitchell Station2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356.
6.8-2-27Praxair Inc2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356.
6.8-2-28Premiere Candy Company2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356.
6.8-2-29Reed Minerals-Plant #145/29/20152/22/2016, 81 FR 8650
6.8-2-30Rhodia, Inc2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356.
6.8-2-31Silgan Containers Manufacturing Corporation2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356.
6.8-2-32Smith Ready Mix, Inc2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356.
6.8-2-33State Line Energy, LLC2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356.
6.8-2-34Huhtamaki Foodservice, Inc.5/29/20152/22/2016, 81 FR 8650
6.8-2-35Conopco, Inc. d/b/a Unilever HPC USA2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356.
6.8-2-36Union Tank Car Company, Plant 12/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356.
6.8-2-37United States Gypsum Company2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356.
6.8-2-38U.S. Steel—Gary Works2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356.
Rule 4. Lake County: Opacity Limits; Test Methods
6.8-4-1Test methods2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356.
Rule 8. Lake County: Continuous Compliance Plan
6.8-8-1Applicability2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356.
6.8-8-2Documentation; operation and maintenance procedures9/9/20053/22/2006, 71 FR 14383.
6.8-8-3Plan requirements9/9/20053/22/2006, 71 FR 14383.
6.8-8-4Plan; schedule for complying with 326 IAC 6.8-79/9/20053/22/2006, 71 FR 14383.
6.8-8-5Plan; source categories9/9/20053/22/2006, 71 FR 14383.
6.8-8-6Plan; particulate matter control equipment; operation and maintenance9/9/20053/22/2006, 71 FR 14383.
6.8-8-7Plan; particulate matter control equipment; recording; operation; inspection9/9/20053/22/2006, 71 FR 14383.
6.8-8-8Plan; department review9/9/20053/22/2006, 71 FR 14383.
Rule 9. Lake County: PM10 Coke Battery Emission Requirements
6.8-9-1Applicability9/9/20053/22/2006, 71 FR 14383.
6.8-9-2Definitions9/9/20053/22/2006, 71 FR 14383.
6.8-9-3Emission limitations2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356.
Rule 10. Lake County: Fugitive Particulate Matter
6.8-10-1Applicability2/22/20084/30/2008, 73 FR 23356.
6.8-10-2Definitions9/9/20053/22/2006, 71 FR 14383.
6.8-10-3Particulate matter emission limitations9/9/20053/22/2006, 71 FR 14383.
6.8-10-4Compliance requirements; control plans9/9/20053/22/2006, 71 FR 14383.
Rule 11. Lake County: Particulate Matter Contingency Measures
6.8-11-1Applicability9/9/20053/22/2006, 71 FR 14383.
6.8-11-2“Ambient monitoring data” defined9/9/20053/22/2006, 71 FR 14383.
6.8-11-3Exceedances9/9/20053/22/2006, 71 FR 14383.
6.8-11-4Violation of 24-hour standard9/9/20053/22/2006, 71 FR 14383.
6.8-11-5Violation of annual standard9/9/20053/22/2006, 71 FR 14383.
6.8-11-6Reduction measures9/9/20053/22/2006, 71 FR 14383.
Article 7. Sulfur Dioxide Rules
Rule 1.1. Sulfur Dioxide Emission Limitations
7-1.1-1Applicability6/24/20059/26/2005, 70 FR 56129.
7-1.1-2Sulfur dioxide emission limitations6/24/20059/26/2005, 70 FR 56129.
7-1.1-3Compliance Date10/5/20153/22/2019, 84 FR 10692
Rule 2. Compliance
7-2-1Reporting Requirements; methods to determine compliance10/5/20153/22/2019, 84 FR 10692
Rule 3. Ambient Monitoring
7-3-2Ambient monitoring5/13/1982, 47 FR 20583.
Rule 4. Emission Limitations and Requirements by County
7-4-2.1Marion County sulfur dioxide emission limitations1/1/20173/22/2019, 84 FR 10692
7-4-3.1Vigo County sulfur dioxide emission limitations1/1/20173/22/2019, 84 FR 10692
7-4-4Wayne County sulfur dioxide emission limitations4/10/19889/1/1988, 53 FR 33808.
7-4-5LaPorte County sulfur dioxide emission limitations4/10/19889/1/1988, 53 FR 33808.
7-4-6Jefferson County sulfur dioxide emission limitations4/10/19889/1/1988, 53 FR 33808.
7-4-7Sullivan County sulfur dioxide emission limitations4/10/19889/1/1988, 53 FR 33808.
7-4-8Vermillion County sulfur dioxide emission limitations4/10/19881/19/1989, 54 FR 2112.
7-4-9Floyd County sulfur dioxide emission limitations4/10/19889/1/1988, 53 FR 33808.
7-4-10Warrick County sulfur dioxide emission limitations8/30/200811/10/2009, 74 FR 57904.
7-4-11.1Morgan County sulfur dioxide emission limitations7/5/20199/23/2019, 84 FR 49659
7-4-12.1Gibson County sulfur dioxide emission limitations12/5/19909/19/1994, 59 FR 47804.
7-4-13Dearborn County sulfur dioxide emission limitations3/16/20052/28/2006, 71 FR 9936.
7-4-14Porter County sulfur dioxide emission limitations10/23/19881/19/1989, 54 FR 2112.
Rule 4.1. Lake County Sulfur Dioxide Emission Limitations
7-4.1-1Lake County sulfur dioxide emission limitations6/24/20059/26/2005, 70 FR 56129.
7-4.1-2Sampling and analysis protocol6/24/20059/26/2005, 70 FR 56129.
7-4.1-3BP Products North America Inc. sulfur dioxide emission limitations6/24/20059/26/2005, 70 FR 56129.
7-4.1-4Bucko Construction sulfur dioxide emission limitations6/24/20059/26/2005, 70 FR 56129.
7-4.1-5Cargill, Inc. sulfur dioxide emission limitations11/19/20104/14/2011, 76 FR 20846.
7-4.1-6Carmeuse Lime sulfur dioxide emission limitations6/24/20059/26/2005, 70 FR 56129.
7-4.1-7Cokenergy Inc. sulfur dioxide emission limitations6/24/20059/26/2005, 70 FR 56129.
7-4.1-8Indiana Harbor Coke Company sulfur dioxide emission limitations6/24/20059/26/2005, 70 FR 56129.
7-4.1-9Ironside Energy, LLC sulfur dioxide emission limitations6/24/20059/26/2005, 70 FR 56129.
7-4.1-10ISG Indiana Harbor Inc. sulfur dioxide emission limitations6/24/20059/26/2005, 70 FR 56129.
7-4.1-11Ispat Inland Inc. sulfur dioxide emission limitations6/24/20059/26/2005, 70 FR 56129.
7-4.1-12Methodist Hospital sulfur dioxide emission limitations6/24/20059/26/2005, 70 FR 56129.
7-4.1-13National Recovery Systems sulfur dioxide emission limitations6/24/20059/26/2005, 70 FR 56129.
7-4.1-14NIPSCO Dean H. Mitchell Generating Station sulfur dioxide emission limitations6/24/20059/26/2005, 70 FR 56129.
7-4.1-15Rhodia sulfur dioxide emission limitations6/24/20059/26/2005, 70 FR 56129.
7-4.1-16Safety-Kleen Oil Recovery Company sulfur dioxide emission limitations6/24/20059/26/2005, 70 FR 56129.
7-4.1-17SCA Tissue North America LLC sulfur dioxide emission limitations6/24/20059/26/2005, 70 FR 56129.
7-4.1-18State Line Energy, LLC sulfur dioxide emission limitations6/24/20059/26/2005, 70 FR 56129.
7-4.1-19Unilever HPC USA sulfur dioxide emission limitations6/24/20059/26/2005, 70 FR 56129.
7-4.1-20U.S. Steel-Gary Works sulfur dioxide emission limitations2/21/20186/27/2019, 84 FR 30628
7-4.1-21Walsh and Kelly sulfur dioxide emission limitations5/29/20159/11/2015, 80 FR 54723
Article 8. Volatile Organic Compound Rules
Rule 1. General Provisions:
8-1-0.5Definitions10/18/199511/3/1999, 64 FR 59642.
8-1-1Applicability6/5/19913/6/1992, 57 FR 8082.
8-1-2Compliance methods12/15/20025/5/2003, 68 FR 23604.
8-1-3Compliance schedules5/15/20104/14/2011, 76 FR 20850.
8-1-4Testing procedures7/15/20019/11/2002, 67 FR 57515.
8-1-5Petition for site-specific reasonably available control technology (RACT) plan11/10/19889/6/1990, 55 FR 36635.
8-1-6New facilities; general reduction requirements6/24/20066/13/2007, 72 FR 32531.
8-1-7Military specifications10/27/1982, 47 FR 20586.
8-1-9General recordkeeping and reporting requirements5/22/19976/29/1998, 63 FR 35141.
8-1-10Compliance certification, recordkeeping, and reporting requirements for certain coating facilities using compliant coatings5/22/19976/29/1998, 63 FR 35141.
8-1-11Compliance certification, recordkeeping, and reporting requirements for certain coating facilities using daily-weighted averaging5/22/19976/29/1998, 63 FR 35141.
8-1-12Compliance certification, recordkeeping, and reporting requirements for certain coating facilities using control devices5/22/19976/29/1998, 63 FR 35141.
Rule 2. Surface Coating Emission Limitations:
8-2-1Applicability11/19/201010/13/11, 76 FR 63549.
8-2-2Automobile and light duty truck coating operations1/2/20102/24/2010, 75 FR 8246.
8-2-3Can coating operations2/10/1986, 51 FR 4912.
8-2-4Coil coating operations10/27/1982, 47 FR 20586.
8-2-5Paper coating operations12/3/20092/24/2010, 75 FR 8246.
8-2-6Metal furniture coating operations12/3/20092/24/2010, 75 FR 8246.
8-2-7Large appliance coating operations12/3/20092/24/2010, 75 FR 8246.
8-2-8Magnet wire coating operations10/27/1982, 47 FR 20586.
8-2-9Miscellaneous metal and plastic parts coating operations11/19/201010/13/11, 76 FR 63549.
8-2-10Flat wood panels; manufacturing operations12/3/20092/24/2010, 75 FR 8246.
8-2-11Fabric and vinyl coating10/23/19883/6/1992, 57 FR 8082.
8-2-12Wood furniture and cabinet coating4/10/198811/24/1990, 55 FR 39141.
Rule 3. Organic Solvent Degreasing Operations
8-3-1Applicability and Exemptions3/1/20137/25/2014, 79 FR 43260
8-3-2Cold cleaner degreaser control equipment and operating requirements3/1/20137/25/2014, 79 FR 43260
8-3-3Open top vapor degreaser operation3/1/20137/25/2014, 79 FR 43260
8-3-4Conveyorized degreaser control equipment and operating requirements3/1/20137/25/2014, 79 FR 43260
8-3-5Cold cleaner degreaser operation and control (Repealed)3/1/20137/25/2014, 79 FR 43260
8-3-6Open top vapor degreaser operation and control requirements (Repealed)3/1/20137/25/2014, 79 FR 43260
8-3-7Conveyorized degreaser operation and control (Repealed)3/1/20137/25/2014, 79 FR 43260
8-3-8Material requirements for cold cleaner degreasers3/1/20137/25/2014, 79 FR 43260
Rule 4. Petroleum Sources:
8-4-1Applicability3/5/20156/9/2016, 81 FR 37160
8-4-2Petroleum refineries1/18/1983, 48 FR 2127.
8-4-3Petroleum liquid storage facilities2/10/1986, 51 FR 4912.
8-4-4Bulk gasoline terminals1/18/1983, 48 FR 2127.
8-4-5Bulk gasoline plants1/18/1983, 48 FR 2127.
8-4-6Gasoline dispensing facilities3/5/20156/9/2016, 81 FR 37160
8-4-7Gasoline transports11/5/19995/31/2002, 67 FR 38006.
8-4-8Leaks from petroleum refineries; monitoring; reports6/5/19913/6/1992, 57 FR 8082.
8-4-9Leaks from transports and vapor collection systems; records11/5/19995/31/2002, 67 FR 38006.
Rule 5. Miscellaneous Operations:
8-5-1Applicability of rule3/22/20072/20/2008, 73 FR 9201.
8-5-2Asphalt paving rules2/10/1986, 51 FR 4912.
8-5-3Synthesized pharmaceutical manufacturing operations5/18/19903/6/1992, 57 FR 8082.
8-5-4Pneumatic rubber tire manufacturing1/18/1983, 48 FR 2124.
8-5-5Graphic arts operations5/22/19976/29/1998, 63 FR 35141.
8-5-6Fuel grade ethanol production at dry mills3/22/20072/20/2008, 73 FR 9201.
Rule 6. Organic Solvent Emission Limitations:
8-6-1Applicability of rule1/18/1983, 48 FR 2124.
8-6-2Emission limits; exemptions1/18/1983, 48 FR 2124.
Rule 7. Specific VOC Reduction Requirements for Lake, Porter, Clark, and Floyd Counties:
8-7-1Definitions1/21/19957/5/1995, 60 FR 34856.
8-7-2Applicability1/21/19957/5/1995, 60 FR 34856.
8-7-3Emission limits1/21/19957/5/1995, 60 FR 34856.
8-7-4Compliance methods1/21/19957/5/1995, 60 FR 34856.
8-7-5Compliance plan1/21/19957/5/1995, 60 FR 34856.
8-7-6Certification, recordkeeping, and reporting requirements for coating facilities1/21/19957/5/1995, 60 FR 34856.
8-7-7Test methods and procedures1/21/19957/5/1995, 60 FR 34856.
8-7-8General recordkeeping and reports1/21/19957/5/1995, 60 FR 34856.
8-7-9Control system operation, maintenance, and testing1/21/19957/5/1995, 60 FR 34856.
8-7-10Control system monitoring, recordkeeping, and reporting1/21/19957/5/1995, 60 FR 34856.
Rule 8. Municipal Solid Waste Landfills Located in Clark, Floyd, Lake, and Porter Counties:
8-8-1Applicability1/18/19961/17/1997, 62 FR 2591.
8-8-2Definitions1/18/19961/17/1997, 62 FR 2591.
8-8-3Requirements; incorporation by reference of federal standards1/18/19961/17/1997, 62 FR 2591.
8-8-4Compliance deadlines1/18/19961/17/1997, 62 FR 2591.
8-8-8.1Municipal Solid Waste Landfills Not Located in Clark, Floyd, Lake, and Porter Counties1/18/19961/17/1997, 62 FR 2591.
8-8.1-1Applicability1/18/19961/17/1997, 62 FR 2591.
8-8.1-2Definitions1/18/19961/17/1997, 62 FR 2591.
8-8.1-3Requirements; incorporation by reference of federal standards1/18/19961/17/1997, 62 FR 2591.
8-8.1-4Compliance deadlines1/18/19961/17/1997, 62 FR 2591.
8-8.1-5Alternative requirements1/18/19961/17/1997, 62 FR 2591.
Rule 9. Volatile Organic Liquid Storage Vessels:
8-9-1Applicability7/16/20185/23/2019, 84 FR 23723
8-9-2Exemptions7/16/20185/23/2019, 84 FR 23723
8-9-3Definitions7/16/20185/23/2019, 84 FR 23723
8-9-4Standards7/16/20185/23/2019, 84 FR 23723
8-9-5Testing and procedures7/16/20185/23/2019, 84 FR 23723
8-9-6Record keeping and reporting requirements7/16/20185/23/2019, 84 FR 23723Includes supplemental information provided on 9/28/2018.
Rule 10. Automobile Refinishing:
8-10-1Applicability8/13/199812/20/1999, 64 FR 71031.
8-10-2Definitions11/2/19956/13/1996, 61 FR 29965.
8-10-3Requirements5/23/199912/20/1999, 64 FR 71031.
8-10-4Means to limit volatile organic compound emissions11/2/19956/13/1996, 61 FR 29965.
8-10-5Work practice standards8/13/199812/20/1999, 64 FR 71031.
8-10-6Compliance procedures8/13/199812/20/1999, 64 FR 71031.
8-10-7Test procedures11/2/19956/13/1996, 61 FR 29965.
8-10-8Control system operation, maintenance, and monitoring (Repealed)11/2/19956/13/1996, 61 FR 29965.
8-10-9Recordkeeping and reporting8/13/199812/20/1999, 64 FR 71031.
Rule 11. Wood Furniture Coating:
8-11-1Applicability1/4/199610/30/1996, 61 FR 55889.
8-11-2Definitions1/4/199610/30/1996, 61 FR 55889.
8-11-3Emission limits1/4/199610/30/1996, 61 FR 55889.
8-11-4Work practice standards1/4/199610/30/1996, 61 FR 55889.
8-11-5Continuous compliance plan1/4/199610/30/1996, 61 FR 55889.
8-11-6Compliance procedures and monitoring requirements1/4/199610/30/1996, 61 FR 55889.
8-11-7Test procedures1/4/199610/30/1996, 61 FR 55889.
8-11-8Recordkeeping requirements1/4/199610/30/1996, 61 FR 55889.
8-11-9Reporting requirements1/4/199610/30/1996, 61 FR 55889.
8-11-10Provisions for sources electing to use emissions averaging1/4/199610/30/1996, 61 FR 55889.
Rule 12. Shipbuilding or Ship Repair Operations in Clark, Floyd, Lake, and Porter Counties:
8-12-1Applicability5/1/19961/22/1997, 62 FR 3216.
8-12-2Exemptions7/15/20014/1/2003, 68 FR 15664.
8-12-3Definitions5/1/19961/22/1997, 62 FR 3216.
8-12-4Volatile organic compound emissions limiting requirements06/21/201508/23/2016, 81 FR 57469
8-12-5Compliance requirements7/15/20014/1/2003, 68 FR 15664.
8-12-6Test methods and procedures7/15/20014/1/2003, 68 FR 15664.
8-12-7Recordkeeping, notification, and reporting requirements7/15/20014/1/2003, 68 FR 15664.
Rule 13. Sinter Plants:
8-13-1Applicability7/24/19987/5/2000, 65 FR 41350.
8-13-2Definitions7/24/19987/5/2000, 65 FR 41350.
8-13-3Emission limit7/24/19987/5/2000, 65 FR 41350.
8-13-4Compliance requirements7/24/19987/5/2000, 65 FR 41350.
8-13-5Test procedures7/24/19987/5/2000, 65 FR 41350.
8-13-6Control measure operation, maintenance, and monitoring7/24/19987/5/2000, 65 FR 41350.
8-13-7Recordkeeping and reporting7/24/19987/5/2000, 65 FR 41350.
8-13-8Continuous emissions monitoring7/24/19987/5/2000, 65 FR 41350.
Rule 14. Architectural and Industrial Maintenance (AIM) Coatings
8-14-1Applicability12/1/20108/30/2012, 77 FR 52606.
8-14-2Definitions12/1/20108/30/2012, 77 FR 52606.
8-14-3Standards for AIM coatings12/1/20108/30/2012, 77 FR 52606.
8-14-4Container labeling12/1/20108/30/2012, 77 FR 52606.
8-14-5Recordkeeping and reporting requirements12/1/20108/30/2012, 77 FR 52606.
8-14-6Compliance provisions and test methods12/1/20108/30/2012, 77 FR 52606.
8-14-7Application of traffic marking materials12/1/20108/30/2012, 77 FR 52606.
Rule 15. Standards for Consumer and Commercial Products
8-15-1Applicability12/1/20106/29/2012, 77 FR 38725
8-15-2Definitions12/1/20106/29/2012, 77 FR 38725
8-15-3Standards12/1/20106/29/2012, 77 FR 38725
8-15-4Exemptions12/1/20106/29/2012, 77 FR 38725
8-15-5Innovative products exemption12/1/20106/29/2012, 77 FR 38725
8-15-6Alternative control plan12/1/20106/29/2012, 77 FR 38725
8-15-7Administrative requirements12/1/20106/29/2012, 77 FR 38725
8-15-8Record keeping and reporting requirements12/1/20106/29/2012, 77 FR 38725
8-15-9Test methods12/1/20106/29/2012, 77 FR 38725
Rule 17. Industrial Solvent Cleaning Operations
8-17-1Applicability1/2/20102/24/2010, 75 FR 8246
8-17-2Exemptions5/3/201212/27/2013, 78 FR 78726
8-17-3“Composite partial vapor pressure” defined1/2/20102/24/2010, 75 FR 8246
8-17-4VOC emissions control requirements5/3/201212/27/2013, 78 FR 78726
8-17-5Compliance dates1/2/20102/24/2010, 75 FR 8246
8-17-6Compliance test methods1/2/20102/24/2010, 75 FR 8246
8-17-7Monitoring and recordkeeping5/3/201212/27/2013, 78 FR 78726
8-17-8Reporting requirements for monitoring and recordkeeping information1/2/20102/24/2010, 75 FR 8246
8-17-9Requirements on compliance certification1/2/20102/24/2010, 75 FR 8246
8-17-10Recordkeeping requirements for exempt sources1/2/20102/24/2010, 75 FR 8246
Article 9. Carbon Monoxide Emission Rules
9-1Carbon Monoxide Emission Limits12/15/200211/30/2004, 69 FR 69531.
Article 10. Nitrogen Oxides Rules
10-1Nitrogen Oxides Control in Clark and Floyd Counties6/12/19966/3/1997, 62 FR 30253.
10-3Nitrogen Oxide Reduction Program for Specific Source Categories2/25/200711/29/2010, 75 FR 72956Sec. 1.
10-4Nitrogen Oxides Budget Trading Program2/25/200711/29/2010, 75 FR 72956Sec. 16.
10-5Nitrogen Oxide Reduction Program for Internal Combustion Engines (ICE)2/26/200610/1/2007, 72 FR 55664.
10-6Nitrogen Oxides Emissions Limitations for Southern Indiana Gas and Electric Company8/30/200811/10/2009, 74 FR 57904Sec. 1.
Article 11. Emission Limitations for Specific Types of Operations
11-1Existing Foundries7/25/19685/31/1972, 37 FR 10863.
11-3Coke Oven Batteries9/26/198012/1/1983, 48 FR 54615Sec. 1, 3, 5.
      6/11/19936/15/1995, 60 FR 31412Sec. 2(a)-(f), 2(i), 4.
11-4Fiberglass Insulation Manufacturing9/26/19804/3/1984, 49 FR 13144Sec. 1, 2, 3, 4.
      9/27/200212/9/2002, 67 FR 72844Sec. 5.
11-5Fluoride Emission Limitations for Existing Primary Aluminum Plants2/6/198111/27/1981, 46 FR 57892.
Article 13. Motor Vehicle Emission and Fuel Standards
13-1.1Motor Vehicle Inspection and Maintenance Requirements1/22/19999/27/2001, 66 FR 49297.
13-3Control of Gasoline Reid Vapor Pressure12/15/20027/21/2003, 68 FR 42978Sec. 1.
      8/5/19952/9/1996, 61 FR 4895Sec. 2 to 7.
Article 14. Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants
14-1General Provisions5/13/19889/17/1992, 57 FR 42889.
14-8Emission Standard for Equipment Leaks (Fugitive Emission Sources)5/13/19889/17/1992, 57 FR 42889.
14-9Emission Limitations for Benzene from Furnace Coke Oven By-Product Recovery Plants5/13/19889/17/1992, 57 FR 42889.
Article 15. Lead Rules
Rule 1. Lead Emission Limitations
15-1-2Source-specific provisions3/1/20137/17/2015, 80 FR 42393
15-1-3Control of fugitive lead dust3/1/20137/17/2015, 80 FR 42393
15-1-4Compliance3/1/20137/17/2015, 80 FR 42393
Article 16. State Environmental Policy
16-3General Conformity7/6/19961/14/1998, 63 FR 2146Sec. 1.
Article 19. Mobile Source Rules
19-3Clean Fuel Fleet Vehicles1/18/19963/21/1996, 61 FR 11552.
Article 20. Hazardous Air Pollutants
Rule 10 Bulk Gasoline Distribution Facilities
20-10-1Applicability; incorporation by reference of federal standards11/14/19995/31/2002, 67 FR 38006
Rule 20-13.1 Secondary Lead Smelters
20-13.1-1Applicability3/1/20137/17/2015, 80 FR 42393Sections (a)-(c), (e), and (f)
20-13.1-2Definitions3/1/20137/17/2015, 80 FR 42393
20-13.1-3Emission limitations; lead standards for Exide Technologies, Incorporation3/1/20137/17/2015, 80 FR 42393
20-13.1-4Emission limitations; lead standards for Quemetco, Incorporated3/1/20137/17/2015, 80 FR 42393
20-13.1-5Emission limitations and operating provisions3/1/20137/17/2015, 80 FR 42393Sections (a)-(c), (e), and (h)
20-13.1-6Total enclosure requirements3/1/20137/17/2015, 80 FR 42393
20-13.1-7Total enclosure monitoring requirements3/1/20137/17/2015, 80 FR 42393
20-13.1-8Fugitive dust source requirements3/1/20137/17/2015, 80 FR 42393
20-13.1-9Bag leak detection system requirements3/1/20137/17/2015, 80 FR 42393
20-13.1-10Other requirements3/1/20137/17/2015, 80 FR 42393Sections (a)-(d), (f) and (g)
20-13.1-11Compliance testing3/1/20137/17/2015, 80 FR 42393Sections (a)-(c), and (f)
20-13.1-12Compliance testing methods3/1/20137/17/2015, 80 FR 42393Section (a)
20-13.1-13Notification requirements3/1/20137/17/2015, 80 FR 42393Sections (b)-(d)
20-13.1-14Record keeping and reporting requirements3/1/20137/17/2015, 80 FR 42393Sections (a)-(d), (e)(1), and (e)(4)-(e)(14)
Article 24. Trading Programs: Nitrogen Oxides (NOX) and Sulfur Dioxide (SO2)
Rule 3. Clean Air Interstate Rule (CAIR) NOX Ozone Season Trading Program
24-3-1Applicability2/25/200711/29/2010, 75 FR 72956
24-3-2Definitions6/11/200911/29/2010, 75 FR 72956
24-3-4Standard requirements2/25/200711/29/2010, 75 FR 72956
24-3-11Monitoring and reporting requirements2/25/200711/29/2010, 75 FR 72956
Rule 5. Nitrogen Oxides (NOX) Annual Trading Program
24-5-1Applicability and incorporation by reference11/24/201712/17/2018, 83 FR 64472
24-5-2CSAPR NOX annual trading budget11/24/201712/17/2018, 83 FR 64472
24-5-3CSAPR NOX annual allocation timing11/24/201712/17/2018, 83 FR 64472
24-5-4Baseline heat input and historic emissions11/24/201712/17/2018, 83 FR 64472
24-5-5Existing unit allocations and adjustments11/24/201712/17/2018, 83 FR 64472
24-5-6New unit allocations11/24/201712/17/2018, 83 FR 64472
24-5-7Unallocated new unit set-aside allowances11/24/201712/17/2018, 83 FR 64472
Rule 6. Nitrogen Oxides (NOX) Ozone Season Group 2 Trading Program
24-6-1Applicability and incorporation by reference11/24/201712/17/2018, 83 FR 64472
24-6-2CSAPR NOX ozone season group 2 trading budget11/24/201712/17/2018, 83 FR 64472
24-6-3CSAPR NOX ozone season group 2 allocation timing11/24/201712/17/2018, 83 FR 64472
24-6-4Baseline heat input and historic emissions11/24/201712/17/2018, 83 FR 64472
24-6-5Existing unit allocations and adjustments11/24/201712/17/2018, 83 FR 64472
24-6-6New unit allocations11/24/201712/17/2018, 83 FR 64472
24-6-7Unallocated new unit set-aside allowances11/24/201712/17/2018, 83 FR 64472
Rule 7. Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) Group 1 Trading Program
24-7-1Applicability and incorporation by reference11/24/201712/17/2018, 83 FR 64472
24-7-2CSAPRSO2 group 1 trading budget11/24/201712/17/2018, 83 FR 64472
24-7-3CSAPR SO2 group 1 allocation timing11/24/201712/17/2018, 83 FR 64472
24-7-4Baseline heat input and historic emissions11/24/201712/17/2018, 83 FR 64472
24-7-5Existing unit allocations and adjustments11/24/201712/17/2018, 83 FR 64472
24-7-6New unit allocations11/24/201712/17/2018, 83 FR 64472
24-7-7Unallocated new unit set-aside allowances11/24/201712/17/2018, 83 FR 64472
Article 26. Regional Haze
Rule 2. Best Available Retrofit Technology Emission Limitations
26-2-1Applicability3/9/20116/11/2012, 77 FR 34218
26-2-2Alcoa emission limitations and compliance methods6/29/20148/20/2015, 80 FR 50581
State Statutes
IC 13-13-8Environmental Rules Board1/1/201312/24/2013, 78 FR 775991, 2(a), 2(b), 3, 4, and 11 only.

1EPA is approving this rule for the counties of Adams, Allen, Bartholomew, Benton, Blackford, Boone, Brown, Carroll, Cass, Clay, Clinton, Crawford, Daviess, Dearborn, Decatur, De Kalb, Delaware, Dubois, Elkhart, Fayette, Fountain, Franklin, Fulton, Gibson, Grant, Greene, Hamilton, Hancock, Harrison, Hendricks, Henry, Howard, Huntington, Jackson, Jasper, Jay, Jefferson, Jennings, Johnson, Knox, Kosciusko, La Porte, Lagrange, Lawrence, Madison, Marion, Marshall, Martin, Miami, Monroe, Montgomery, Morgan, Newton, Noble, Ohio, Orange, Owen, Parke, Perry, Pike, Posey, Pulaski, Putnam, Randolph, Ripley, Rush, St. Joseph, Scott, Shelby, Spencer, Starke, Steuben, Sullivan, Switzerland, Tippecanoe, Tipton, Union, Vanderburgh, Vermillion, Vigo, Wabash, Warren, Warrick, Washington, Wayne, Wells, White, and Whitley.

(d) EPA approved State source-specific requirements.

EPA-Approved Indiana Source-Specific Provisions

CO dateTitleSIP ruleEPA approvalExplanation
1/11/2016A.B. Brown Generating StationN.A.5/6/2016, 81 FR 27330Limitation intended to support attainment designation.
10/1/1999ALCOA-Warrick5-1-27/5/2000, 65 FR 41352 (also see 64 FR 40287)Alt. opacity limits (permit).
12/15/1999ALCOA-Warrick5-1-27/5/2000, 65 FR 41352 (also see 64 FR 40287)Alt. opacity limits (permit).
2/1/2016Clifty Creek Generating StationN.A.5/6/2016, 81 FR 27330Limitation intended to support attainment designation.
10/12/1999Crane Naval8-2-912/31/2002, 67 FR 79859Exemption.
2/11/2004Eli Lilly8-5-311/8/2004, 69 FR 64661Exemption.
12/22/2004Transwheel8-3-5(a)(5)(C)4/12/2005, 70 FR 19000Equivalent control.
9/8/2015Abengoa Bioenergy of IndianaN.A.8/12/2016, 81 FR 53297Alternative control technology requirements.
10/20/2016SABIC Innovative PlasticsN.A5/10/2017, 82 FR 21703Limitation intended to support attainment designation.
11/16/2016Carmeuse Lime IncN.A5/10/2017, 82 FR 21708Limitation intended to support attainment designation.

(e) EPA approved nonregulatory and quasi-regulatory provisions.

EPA-Approved Indiana Nonregulatory and Quasi-Regulatory Provisions

TitleIndiana dateEPA approvalExplanation
Allen County 1997 8-hour ozone maintenance plan2/25/2014, 79 FR 10385Revision to motor vehicle emission budgets.
Carbon Monoxide Control Strategy—Lake and Porter Co1/19/2000, 65 FR 2883Paragraph (b).
Carbon Monoxide Control Strategy—Lake and Marion Cos11/12/200910/15/2009, 74 FR 52891Paragraph (c).
Chicago Hydrocarbon Control Strategy8/26/2004, 69 FR 52427Paragraph (aa).
Chicago-Gary Hydrocarbon Control Strategy12/30/2008, 73 FR 79652Paragraph (kk).
Cincinnati-Hamilton, OH-KY-IN 1997 8-hour ozone maintenance plan1/29/2012, 78 FR 6035Revision to motor vehicle emission budgets.
Control Strategy: Particulate Matter11/27/2009, 74 FR 62243Paragraph (s).
Evansville Hydrocarbon Control Strategy12/29/2005, 70 FR 77026Paragraph (ee).
Evansville/Southwest Indiana Area 1997 annual fine particulate matter maintenance plan3/19/2014, 79 FR 15224Revision to motor vehicle emission budgets.
Fluoride Emission Limitations for Existing Primary Aluminum Plants3/11/2003, 68 FR 11472Removed from SIP, replaced by NESHAP.
Fort Wayne Hydrocarbon Control Strategy1/11/2007, 72 FR 1292Paragraph (ff).
Greene and Jackson Counties Hydrocarbon Control Strategy11/14/2005, 70 FR 69085Paragraph (bb).
Greene County 1997 8-hour ozone maintenance plan2/25/2014, 79 FR 10385Revision to motor vehicle emission budgets.
Indianapolis Hydrocarbon Control Strategy10/19/2007, 72 FR 59210Paragraph (jj).
Indianapolis 2010 Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) Attainment Plan10/2/20153/22/2019, 84 FR 10692
Lake County sulfur dioxide maintenance plan3/28/20139/3/2013, 78 FR 54173
Lake and Porter Counties 1997 8-hour ozone maintenance plan2/1/20135/15/2013, 78 FR 28503Revision to motor vehicle emission budgets.
Lake and Porter Counties 1997 annual PM2.5 maintenance plan2/1/20135/15/2013, 78 FR 28503Revision to motor vehicle emission budgets.
Lake and Porter Counties 2008 8-hour Ozone Moderate Planning Elements2/28/2017 and 1/9/20182/13/2019, 84 FR 37112011 base year emissions inventory, Reasonable Further Progress (RFP) plan, RFP contingency measure plan, 2017 VOC and NOX motor vehicle emissions budgets, nonattainment new source review certification, VOC reasonable further progress certification, and enhanced motor vehicle inspection and maintenance program certification.
LaPorte Hydrocarbon Control Strategy7/19/2007, 72 FR 39574Paragraph (gg).
Lead Control Strategy—Marion County5/10/2000, 65 FR 29959Paragraph (d).
Lead Control Strategy—Marion County14/1/20099/24/2009, 74 FR 48659Paragraph (e).
Louisville 1997 Annual PM2.5 Maintenance Plan6/16/20119/9/2016, 81 FR 62390
Louisville Hydrocarbon Control Strategy9/20/2004, 69 FR 56171Paragraph (z).
Louisville Hydrocarbon Control Strategy7/19/2007, 72 FR 39571Paragraph (ii).
Morgan County 2010 Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) Attainment Plan10/2/20159/23/2019, 84 FR 49659
Muncie 1997 8-hour ozone maintenance plan12/20/2012, 77 FR 75384Revision to motor vehicle emission budgets.
Muncie Hydrocarbon Control Strategy11/16/2005, 70 FR 69443Paragraph (cc).
Ozone Monitoring Season2/19/199112/10/1991, 56 FR 64482.
PM10 Maintenance Plan for Lake County9/25/20021/10/2003, 68 FR 1370Paragraph (r), also redesignation.
Particulate Control Strategy—Vermillion County8/26/1997, 62 FR 45168Paragraph (q).
Regional Haze Five-Year Progress Report3/30/20162/2/2018, 83 FR 4847
Regional Haze Plan11/27/20179/6/2019, 84 FR 46889Full Approval.
Section 110(a)(2) infrastructure requirements for the 1997 8-Hour Ozone NAAQS12/7/2007, 9/19/2008, 3/23/2011, 4/7/2011, and 11/24/201712/17/2018, 83 FR 64472All CAA infrastructure elements have been approved except the visibility portion of 110(a)(2)(D)(i)(II).
Section 110(a)(2) infrastructure requirements for the 1997 PM2.5 NAAQS12/7/2007, 9/19/2008, 3/23/2011, 4/7/2011, and 11/24/201712/17/2018, 83 FR 64472All CAA infrastructure elements have been approved except the visibility portion of 110(a)(2)(D)(i)(II).
Section 110(a)(2) Infrastructure Requirements for the 2006 24-Hour PM2.5 NAAQS10/20/2009, 6/25/2012, 7/12/2012, 5/22/2013, and 11/27/20179/6/2019, 84 FR 46889Full Approval.
Section 110(a)(2) Infrastructure Requirements for the 2008 Lead NAAQS12/12/201110/16/2014, 79 FR 62035This action addresses the following CAA elements: 110(a)(2)(A), (B), (C), (D)(i)(I), (D)(i)(II), (D)(ii), (E), (F), (G), (H), (J), (K), (L), and (M).
Section 110(a)(2) Infrastructure Requirements for the 2008 8-Hour Ozone NAAQS12/12/2011 and 11/27/20179/6/2019, 84 FR 46889Full Approval.
Section 110(a)(2) Infrastructure Requirements for the 2010 NO2 NAAQS1/15/2013 and 11/27/20179/6/2019, 84 FR 46889Full Approval.
Section 110(a)(2) Infrastructure Requirements for the 2010 SO2 NAAQS5/22/2013 and 11/27/20179/6/2019, 84 FR 46889All elements have been addressed except: 110(a)(2)(D)(i)(I).
Section 110(a)(2) infrastructure requirements for the 2012 PM2.5 NAAQS6/10/2016 and 12/28/201610/8/2019, 84 FR 53601Fully approved for all CAA elements except the visibility protection requirements of (D)(i)(II).
Small Business Compliance Assistance Program9/2/1993, 58 FR 46541.
South Bend-Elkhart 1997 8-hour ozone maintenance plan12/17/2012, 77 FR 74590Revision to motor vehicle emission budgets.
South Bend-Elkhart Hydrocarbon Control Strategy7/19/2007, 72 FR 39577Paragraph (hh).
Sulfur Dioxide Control Strategy—LaPorte, Marion, Vigo, and Wayne Counties11/15/1996, 61 FR 58482Paragraph (f) and (g).
Terre Haute Hydrocarbon Control Strategy1/5/2006, 71 FR 541Paragraph (dd).
Terre Haute 2010 Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) Attainment Plan10/2/20153/22/2019, 84 FR 10692
Terre Haute 2010 Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) maintenance plan7/8/2019, 84 FR 32317
Vanderburgh and Warrick Counties 1997 8-hour ozone maintenance plan2/25/2014, 79 FR 10385Revision to motor vehicle emission budgets.
Vigo County 1997 8-hour ozone maintenance plan2/25/2014, 79 FR 10385Revision to motor vehicle emission budgets.

[75 FR 58307, Sept. 24, 2010]

Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting §52.770, see the List of CFR Sections Affected, which appears in the Finding Aids section of the printed volume and at www.govinfo.gov.

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§52.771   Classification of regions.

(a) The Indiana plan was evaluated on the basis of the following classifications:

Air quality control regionPollutant
Particulate matterSulfur oxidesNitrogen dioxideCarbon monoxidePhotochemical oxidants (hydrocarbons)
East Central Indiana IntrastateIIIIIIIIIIIII
Evansville (Indiana)-Owensboro-Henderson (Kentucky) InterstateIIIIIIIIIIII
Louisville InterstateIIIIIIIII
Metropolitan Chicago Interstate (Indiana-Illinois)IIIII
Metropolitan Cincinnati InterstateIIIIIIIIII
Metropolitan Indianapolis IntrastateIIIII
Northeast Indiana IntrastateIIIIIIIIIIIIII
South Bend-Elkhart (Indiana)-Benton Harbor (Michigan) InterstateIIAIIIIIIIII
Southern Indiana IntrastateIAIAIIIIIIIII
Wabash Valley IntrastateIIIIIIIIIII

(b) The requirements of §51.150 of this chapter are not met by the classification of counties in APC-22 for the purposes of attainment and maintenance of the total suspended particulate ambient air quality standards.

(c) The requirements of §51.150 of this chapter are not met by the classification of counties in APC-22 for the purposes of attainment and maintenance of the photochemical oxidant (hydrocarbon) ambient air quality standards.

(d) The requirements of §51.150 of this chapter are not met by the classification of Jefferson, LaPorte, Porter, Vigo and Warrick Counties in Indiana in Regulation APC-22 for the purposes of attainment and maintenance of the sulfur dioxide ambient air quality standards.

[37 FR 10863, May 31, 1972, as amended at 39 FR 16346, May 8, 1974; 40 FR 50033, Oct. 28, 1975; 41 FR 35677, Aug. 24, 1976; 42 FR 34519, July 6, 1977; 51 FR 40675, Nov. 7, 1986]

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§52.772   [Reserved]

§52.773   Approval status.

(a) With the exceptions set forth in this subpart, the Administrator approves Indiana's plan for attainment and maintenance of the National Ambient Air Quality Standards under section 110 of the Clean Air Act.

(b) [Reserved]

(c) The Administrator finds that Indiana's new source review strategy satisfies all requirements of Part D, Title 1 of the Clean Air Act as amended in 1977.

(d)-(e) [Reserved]

(f) The Administrator finds ozone strategies for Clark, Elkhart, Floyd, Lake, Marion, Porter, and St. Joseph Counties satisfy all requirements of Part D, Title I of the Clean Air Act that are required to be submitted by January 1, 1981, except as noted below.

(g) The administrator finds that the total suspended particulate strategies for Clark, Dearborn, Dubois, St. Joseph, Vanderburgh, and Vigo Counties satisfy all the requirements of Part D, Title I of the Clean Air Act except as noted below.

(h) The Administrator finds that the SO2 strategies for Lake, LaPorte, Marion, Vigo, and Wayne Counties satisfy all requirements of Part D, Title 1 of the Clean Air Act, as amended in 1977. See §52.770 (c)(67) and (c)(72).

(i) The Administrator finds that Indiana's ozone plan for Lake and Porter Counties, which was required to be submitted by July 1, 1992, does not satisfy all the requirements of part D, title 1 of the Clean Air Act and, thus, is disapproved. See §§52.770(c)(69)and 52.770(d). The disapproval does not affect USEPA's approval (or conditional approval) of individual parts of Indiana's ozone plan and they remain approved.

(j) The Administrator finds that the following portions of Indiana's ozone and CO plans satisfy the related requirements of part D, title 1 of the Clean Air Act, as amended in 1977:

(1) The transportation control plans for Lake, Porter, Clark and Floyd Counties, submitted on May 14, 1986, June 10, 1986, and April 6, 1987.

(2) The vehicle inspection and maintenance plan for Clark, Floyd, Lake, and Porter Counties, submitted October 27, 1989, and January l9, 1990.

(3) The demonstration of attainment, submitted December 2, 1983, and the carbon monoxide plan as a whole for the designated nonattainment area in Lake County.

[37 FR 10864, May 31, 1972, as amended at 46 FR 38, Jan. 2, 1981; 47 FR 6275, Feb. 11, 1982; 47 FR 6623, Feb. 16, 1982; 47 FR 10825, Mar. 12, 1982; 47 FR 20586, May 13, 1982; 47 FR 30980, July 16, 1982; 51 FR 4915, Feb. 10, 1986; 53 FR 33811, Sept. 1, 1988; 53 FR 46613, Nov. 18, 1988; 54 FR 2118, Jan. 19, 1989; 55 FR 31052, July 31, 1990; 59 FR 51114, Oct. 7, 1994; 75 FR 82554, Dec. 30, 2010; 76 FR 59901, Sept. 28, 2011]

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§52.774   Determination of attainment.

(a) Based upon EPA's review of the air quality data for the 3-year period 2007-2009, EPA determined that the Louisville, Kentucky-Indiana PM2.5 nonattainment Area attained the 1997 annual PM2.5 NAAQS by the applicable attainment date of April 5, 2010. Therefore, EPA has met the requirement pursuant to CAA section 179(c) to determine, based on the Area's air quality as of the attainment date, whether the Area attained the standard. EPA also determined that the Louisville PM2.5 nonattainment Area is not subject to the consequences of failing to attain pursuant to section 179(d).

(b) Based upon EPA's review of the air quality data for the 3-year period 2007-2009, EPA determined that the Cincinnati-Hamilton, Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana PM2.5 nonattainment Area attained the 1997 annual PM2.5 NAAQS by the applicable attainment date of April 5, 2010. Therefore, EPA has met the requirement pursuant to CAA section 179(c) to determine, based on the Area's air quality as of the attainment date, whether the Area attained the standard. EPA also determined that the Cincinnati-Hamilton, Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana PM2.5 nonattainment Area is not subject to the consequences of failing to attain pursuant to section 179(d).

[76 FR 55545, Sept. 7, 2011, as amended at 76 FR 60375, Sept. 29, 2011]

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§52.775   Legal authority.

(a) The requirements of §51.232(b) of this chapter are not met since the following deficiencies exist in the local agency legal authority:

(1) East Chicago: (i) Authority to require recordkeeping is inadequate (§51.230(e) of this chapter).

(ii) Authority to require installation of monitoring devices is inadequate (§51.230(f) of this chapter).

(2) Evansville: (i) Authority to prevent construction, modification, or operation of any stationary source at any location where emissions from such source will prevent the attainment or maintenance of a national standard is inadequate (§51.230(d) of this chapter).

(ii) Authority to require recordkeeping is inadequate (§51.230(e) of this chapter).

(iii) Authority to require installation of monitoring devices is inadequate (§51.230(f) of this chapter).

(3) Gary: (i) Authority to require recordkeeping is inadequate (§51.230(e) of this chapter).

(ii) Authority to require installation of monitoring devices is inadequate (§51.230(f) of this chapter).

(4) Hammond: (i) Authority to require recordkeeping is inadequate (§51.230(e) of this chapter).

(ii) Authority to require installation of monitoring devices is inadequate (§51.230(f) of this chapter).

(5) Indianapolis: (i) Authority to require recordkeeping is inadequate (§51.230(e) of this chapter).

(ii) Authority to require installation of monitoring devices is inadequate (§51.230(f) of this chapter).

(6) Michigan City: (i) Authority to require recordkeeping is inadequate (§51.230(e) of this chapter).

(ii) Authority to require installation of monitoring devices is inadequate (§51.230(f) of this chapter).

(7) Wayne County: (i) Authority to require recordkeeping and to make inspections and conduct tests of air pollution sources is inadequate (§51.230(e) of this chapter).

(ii) Authority to require installation of monitoring devices is inadequate (§51.230(f) of this chapter).

(iii) Authority to prevent construction, modification, or operation of any stationary source at any location where emissions from such source will prevent the attainment or maintenance of a national standard is inadequate (§51.230(d) of this chapter).

(8) Lake County: (i) Authority to require installation of monitoring devices is inadequate (§51.230(f) of this chapter).

(ii) Authority to prevent construction, modification, or operation of any stationary source at any location where emissions from such source will prevent the attainment or maintenance of a national standard is inadequate (§51.230(d) of this chapter).

(9) St. Joseph County: (i) Authority to prevent construction, modification, or operation of any stationary source at any location where emissions from such source will prevent the attainment or maintenance of a national standard is inadequate (§51.230(d) of this chapter).

(ii) Authority to require recordkeeping is inadequate (§51.230(e) of this chapter).

(iii) Authority to require installation of monitoring devices is inadequate (§51.230(f) of this chapter).

(10) Vigo County: (i) Authority to require recordkeeping is inadequate (§51.230(e) of this chapter).

(ii) Authority to require installation of monitoring devices is inadequate (§51.230(f) of this chapter).

(iii) Authority to prevent construction, modification, or operation of any stationary source at any location where emissions from such source will prevent the attainment or maintenance of a national standard is inadequate (§51.230(d) of this chapter).

(11) Anderson County: (i) Authority to require installation of monitoring devices is inadequate (§51.230(f) of this chapter).

[37 FR 10863, May 31, 1972, as amended at 40 FR 55329, Nov. 28, 1975; 51 FR 40676, Nov. 7, 1986; 52 FR 24367, June 30, 1987]

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§52.776   Control strategy: Particulate matter.

(a) The requirements of subpart G of this chapter are not met since the plan does not provide for attainment and maintenance of the secondary standards for particulate matter in the Metropolitan Indianapolis Intrastate Region.

(b) APC 4-R of Indiana's “Air Pollution Control Regulations” (emission limitation for particulate matter from fuel combustion sources), which is part of the control strategy for the secondary standards for particulate matter, is disapproved for the Metropolitan Indianapolis Intrastate Region since it does not provide the degree of control needed to attain and maintain the secondary standards for particulate matter. APC 4-R is approved for attainment and maintenance of the primary standards for particulate matter in the Metropolitan Indianapolis Intrastate Region.

(c) APC-3 of Indiana's Air Pollution Control Regulations (visible emission limitation) is disapproved insofar as the phrase “for more than a cumulative total of 15 minutes in a 24-hour period” will interfere with attainment and maintenance of particulate standards.

(d) [Reserved]

(e) Part D—Conditional Approval—The complete Indiana plan for Clark, Dearborn, Dubois, Marion (except for coke batteries), St. Joseph, Vanderburgh, and Vigo Counties is approved provided that the following condition is satisfied:

(1) The Part D Plan must contain Industrial Fugitive Dust Regulations. The State must submit these by July 31, 1982.

(f) 325 IAC 11-3-2(f), (as amended on August 27, 1981) is not approved as it applies to Lake and Marion Counties, insofar as it does not meet the requirements of section 172(b)(3) of the Clean Air Act.

(g) 325 IAC 11-3-2(g) and 11-3-2(h) (as amended on August 27, 1981) are disapproved insofar as they do not meet the requirements of section 110(a)(2)(D) of the Clean Air Act.

(h) Equivalent Visible Emission Limits (EVEL). (1) A 20% 2-hour opacity limit for the underfire stack at Bethlehem Steel Corporation's Coke Battery No. 2 in Porter County is approved as an EVEL to determine compliance with the 325 IAC 6-2 SIP limit of 0.33 lbs/MMBTU. This EVEL is approved for as long as the SIP mass emission limit for this source remains the same as determined by 325 IAC 6-2 (October 6, 1980, submittal). See §52.770(c)(6), (35), and (42).

(2) Revised opacity limits for the boilers at Olin Corporation in Warren County are approved at §52.770(c)(51) as an EVEL to determine compliance with the 325 IAC 6-2 SIP limit of 0.80 lbs/MMBTU. This EVEL is approved for as long as the SIP mass emission limit for this source remains the same as determined by 325 IAC 6-2 (October 6, 1980 submittal). See §52.770(c)(6) and (35).

(i) 325 IAC 6-2.1 is approved with the State's March 27, 1985, commitment that any “bubble” approved by the State under 325 IAC 6-2.1-2(b) and 3(b) will also be subject to the State's general “bubble” regulation, 325 IAC 2-4. The State additionally committed that until such time as 325 IAC 2-4 is approved as a part of the SIP, all such limits approved under the bubbling provisions of 325 IAC 6-2.1-2(b) and 3(b) will be submitted as site specific revisions to the SIP. Unless and until these emission point specific limits are approved as a portion of the SIP, the SIP limit for each individual emission point will remain the general limit calculated by means of the formulae in 325 IAC 6-2.1-2(a) and 3(a), even though a revised emission point specific limit has been adopted by Indiana under 325 IAC 6-2.1-2(b) and 3(b). See 52.770(c)(50).

(j) [Reserved]

(k) On January 18, 1984, Indiana submitted a visible emission limit on coke oven battery doors and a limit on total dissolved solids content of coke quench makeup water for Battery Number One at Citizens Gas and Coke Utility in Marion County. These limits are disapproved because they are impermissible relaxations of requirements for each new major stationary sources, as provided at §52.21(j)(2) and section 173 of the Clean Air Act. See §52.770(c)(60).

(l) The revised Porter County TSP plan, as submitted by Indiana on October 15, 1984, is disapproved, because the State did not demonstrate that it assures the attainment and maintenance of the primary TSP NAAQS in Porter County, Indiana. See §52.770(c)(61).

(m) The Indiana Part D TSP plan is disapproved insofar as it does not contain RACT level opacity limits for certain process fugitive sources in TSP nonattainment areas and, therefore, does not meet the requirements of section 172 of the Clean Air Act.

(n) Approval—On June 23, 1988, and July 17, 1989, the State of Indiana submitted committal SIPs for particulate matter with an aerodynamic diameter equal to or less than 10 micrometers (PM10) for the Group II areas within Marion and Vigo Counties and all of Porter County, respectively. The committal SIPs meet all the requirements identified in the July 1, 1987, promulgation of the SIP requirements for PM10 at 52 FR 24681.

(o) Approval—On November 16, 1988 and September 10, 1992, Indiana submitted the following list of control measures for particulate matter (PM) already in its State Implementation Plan as a Group III Plan: 326 IAC 1-3-2, its air monitoring network, its list of possible additional sites for PM, its Prevention of Significant Deterioration rules and the following control measures which are part of 325 IAC: 2, Permit Review Rules; 5-1, Opacity Limitations; 6-1-1 to 6-1-6, Nonattainment Area Limitations; 6-1-8, Dearborn County; 6-1-9, Dubois County; 6-1-12, Marion County; 6-1-13, Vigo County; 6-1-14, Wayne County; 6-1-15, Howard County; 6-1-16, Vandenburgh County; 6-1-17, Clark County; 6-1-18, St. Joseph County; 6-2, Particulate Emissions Limitations for Sources of Indirect Heating; 6-3, Process Operations; 6-4, Fugitive Dust Emissions; 11-1, Existing Foundries; 11-4, Fiberglass Insulation Manufacturing; 11-5, Fluoride Emission Limitations for Existing Primary Aluminum Plants.

(p) Approval—On January 13, 1993, the State of Indiana submitted a particulate matter State Implementation Plan revision for the Vermillion County nonattainment area. Additional information was submitted on February 22, 1993, and April 8, 1993. These materials demonstrate that the plan will provide for attainment of the National ambient air quality standards for particulate matter by December 31, 1994, in accordance with section 189(a)(1)(B) of the Clean Air Act.

(q) Approval—On April 8, 1993, and supplemented on June 17, 1997, the State of Indiana submitted a maintenance plan and a request that sections 15, 16, 21, 22, 27, 28, 33 and 34 of Clinton Township in Vermillion County be redesignated to attainment of the National Ambient Air Quality Standard for particulate matter. The redesignation request and maintenance plan satisfy all applicable requirements of the Clean Air Act.

(r) Approval—EPA is approving the PM10 maintenance plan for Lake County that Indiana submitted on September 25, 2002.

(s) Determination of Attainment. EPA has determined, as of November 27, 2009, that the Chicago-Gary-Lake County, IL-IN PM2.5 nonattainment area, which includes Lake and Porter counties in IN, and the Evansville nonattainment area have attained the 1997 PM2.5 NAAQS. These determinations, in accordance with 40 CFR 51.1004(c), suspend the requirements for these areas to submit an attainment demonstration, associated reasonably available control measures, reasonable further progress, contingency measures, and other plan elements related to attainment of the standard for as long as the area(s) continue to meet the 1997 PM2.5 NAAQS.

(t) Determination of Attainment. EPA has determined, as of March 9, 2011, that the Louisville, IN-KY PM2.5 nonattainment area has attained the 1997 PM2.5 NAAQS. These determinations, in accordance with 40 CFR 51.1004(c), suspend the requirements for this area to submit an attainment demonstration, associated reasonably available control measures, reasonable further progress, contingency measures, and other plan elements related to attainment of the standards for as long as the area continues to meet the 1997 PM2.5 NAAQS.

(u) Disapproval. EPA is disapproving the portions of Indiana's Infrastructure SIP for the 2006 24-hour PM2.5 NAAQS addressing interstate transport, specifically with respect to section 110(a)(2)(D)(i)(I).

(v) Approval—The 1997 annual PM2.5 maintenance plans for the following areas have been approved:

(1) The Evansville area (Dubois, Vanderburgh, and Warrick Counties, and portions of Gibson, Pike, and Spencer Counties), as submitted on April 8, 2011. The maintenance plan establishes 2015 motor vehicle emission budgets for the Evansville area of 2628.35 tons per year for NOX and 57.05 tons per year for PM2.5, and 2022 motor vehicle emission budgets of 1869.84 tons per year for NOX and 53.83 tons per year for PM2.5.

(2) The Indianapolis area (Hamilton, Hendricks, Johnson, Marion and Morgan Counties), as submitted on October 20, 2009, and supplemented on May 31, 2011, January 17, 2013, and March 18, 2013. The maintenance plan establishes 2015 motor vehicle emissions budgets for the Indianapolis area of 853.76 tpy for primary PM2.5 and 25,314.49 tpy for NOX and 2025 motor vehicle emissions budgets of 460.18 tpy for primary PM2.5 and 13,368.60 tpy for NOX.

(3) The Indiana portion of the Cincinnati-Hamilton nonattainment area (Lawrenceburg Township in Dearborn County), as submitted on December 9, 2010. The maintenance plan establishes 2015 motor vehicle emissions budgets for the Ohio and Indiana portions of the Cincinnati-Hamilton area of 1,678.60 tpy for primary PM2.5 and 35,723.83 tpy for NOX and 2021 motor vehicle emissions budgets of 1,241.19 tpy for primary PM2.5 and 21,747.71 tpy for NOX.

(4) Approval—On February 1, 2013, Indiana submitted a request to revise the motor vehicle emission budgets (budgets) in the 1997 annual PM2.5 maintenance plan for the Lake and Porter County, Indiana maintenance area. The budgets are being revised with budgets developed with the MOVES2010a model. The 2015 motor vehicle emissions budgets for Lake and Porter County, Indiana are 347.30 tpy PM2.5 and 10,486.08 tpy NOX. The 2025 motor vehicle emissions budgets for the Lake and Porter County area are 188.73 tpy PM2.5 and 5,472.34 tpy for NOX.

(5) Approval—On July 2, 2013 Indiana submitted a request to revise the approved MOBILE6.2 motor vehicle emission budgets (budgets) in the 1997 annual fine particulate matter maintenance plan for the Evansville maintenance area. The budgets are being revised with budgets developed with the MOVES2010a model. The 2015 motor vehicle emissions budgets are 199.93 tpy PM2.5 and 5,642.95 tpy NOX. The 2022 motor vehicle emissions budgets are 100.45 tpy PM2.5 and 3,173 tpy NOX.

(6) Approval—The 1997 annual PM2.5 maintenance plan for the Indiana portion of the Louisville (KY-IN) (Madison Township, Jefferson County and Clark and Floyd Counties), has been approved as submitted on June 16, 2011. The maintenance plan establishes 2025 motor vehicle emissions budgets for the Louisville area to be 324.04 tpy for primary PM2.5 and 9,311.76 tpy for NOX.

(w) Approval—The 1997 annual PM2.5 comprehensive emissions inventories for the following areas have been approved:

(1) Indiana's 2005 NOX, directly emitted PM2.5, and SO2 emissions inventory satisfies the emission inventory requirements of section 172(c)(3) for the Evansville area.

(2) Indiana's 2006 NOX, primary PM2.5, and SO2 emissions inventories and 2007/2008 VOC and ammonia emission inventories, as submitted on October 20, 2009 and supplemented on May 31, 2011 and March 18, 2013, satisfy the emission inventory requirements of section 172(c)(3) of the Clean Air Act for the Indianapolis area.

(3) Indiana's 2005 NOX, directly emitted PM2.5, and SO2 emissions inventory; and 2007 VOCs and ammonia emissions inventory, satisfy the emissions inventory requirements of section 172(c)(3) for the Cincinnati-Hamilton area.

(4) Indiana's 2005 NOX, primary PM2.5, and SO2 emissions inventory satisfies the emission inventory requirements of section 172(c)(3) of the Clean Air Act for Lake and Porter Counties.

(5) Indiana's 2008 NOX, directly emitted PM2.5, SO2, VOC, and ammonia emissions inventory satisfies the emission inventory requirements of section 172(c)(3) for the Louisville area.

(x) Determination of Attainment. EPA has determined, as of September 29, 2011, that based upon 2007-2009 air quality data, the Cincinnati-Hamilton, Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana, nonattainment Area has attained the 1997 annual PM2.5 NAAQS. This determination, in accordance with 40 CFR 52.1004(c), suspends the requirements for this Area to submit an attainment demonstration, associated reasonably available control measures, a reasonable further progress plan, contingency measures, and other planning SIPs related to attainment of the standard for as long as this Area continues to meet the 1997 annual PM2.5 NAAQS.

(y) Approval-By submittal dated July 3, 2008, Indiana demonstrated satisfaction of the requirements for reasonably available control measures for its portion of the Cincinnati-Hamilton OH-KY-IN area.

[37 FR 15084, July 27, 1972]

Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting §52.776, see the List of CFR Sections Affected, which appears in the Finding Aids section of the printed volume and at www.govinfo.gov.

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§52.777   Control strategy: photochemical oxidants (hydrocarbons).

(a) The requirements of subpart G of this chapter are not met because the plan does not provide for attainment and maintenance of the national standards for photochemical oxidants (hydrocarbons) in the Metropolitan Indianapolis Intrastate Region by May 31, 1975.

(b) The requirements of subpart G are not met by Revised APC-15 (November 8, 1974 submission) because it does not provide for attainment and maintenance of the photochemical oxidant (hydrocarbon) standards throughout Indiana.

(c) Part D—Conditional approval—The 1979 Indiana plan for Clark, Floyd, Elkhart, Lake, Marion, Porter, and St. Joseph Counties is approved provided the following conditions are satisfied:

(1) The plan for stationary source volatile organic compound control must contain the following:

(i)-(iv) [Reserved]

(v) For regulation 325 IAC 8-5, Section 6, Perchloroethylene Dry Cleaning, the State must conduct a study to demonstrate that the 1,500 gallons exemption meets RACT requirements and submit the results to EPA within 6 months of the effective date of final rulemaking on 325 IAC 8 for VOC from Group II CTG source categories. If the demonstrated emissions resulting from the State's exemption are not essentially equivalent to those resulting from the RACT requirements, then the State must submit to EPA by July 1, 1983, a rule which requires control of emissions from dry cleaning sources using less than 1,500 gallons of perchloroethylene per year.

(2) The stationary source volatile organic control measures submitted by the State on October 23, 1990, and August 19, 1991, are approved as described in 40 CFR 52.770(c)(87) with the exception of 326 IAC 8-5-4 Pneumatic Rubber Tire Manufacturing, on which USEPA has taken no action. It should be noted that although the State's control measures provide that equivalent test methods, alternative emission controls, and revisions in rule applicability must be submitted to the USEPA as proposed revisions to the State Implementation Plan (SIP), such proposed SIP revisions are not part of the SIP unless and until they are approved as such by the USEPA.

(d) Part D—Disapproval. The 1982 Indiana plan for Lake and Porter County is disapproved because it does not assure the attainment and maintenance of the NAAQS there. See §§52.770(c)(69) and 52.773(i). The disapproval does not affect USEPA's approval (or conditional approval) of individual parts of Indiana's ozone plan and they remain approved.

(e) Approval—The Administrator approves the incorporation of the photochemical assessment ambient monitoring system submitted by Indiana on November 15, 1993, into the Indiana State Implementation Plan. This submittal satisfies 40 CFR 58.20(f), which requires the State to provide for the establishment and maintenance of photochemical assessment monitoring stations (PAMS) by November 12, 1993.

(f) Approval. The Indiana Department of Environmental Management submitted two ozone redesignation requests and maintenance plans requesting the ozone nonattainment areas to be redesignated to attainment for ozone: South Bend/Elkhart (St. Joseph and Elkhart Counties), submitted on September 22, 1993; Indianapolis (Marion County), submitted on November 12, 1993. The redesignation requests and maintenance plans meet the redesignation requirements in section 107(d)(3)(d) of the Act as amended in 1990. The redesignations meet the Federal requirements of section 182(a)(1) of the Clean Air Act as a revision to the Indiana Ozone State Implementation Plan for the above mentioned counties.

(g) The base year ozone precursor emission inventory requirement of section 182(a)(1) of the Clean Air Act, as amended in 1990, has been satisfied for the following areas: Vanderburgh County in the Evansville Metropolitan Area; Marion County in the Indianapolis Metropolitan Area; and St. Joseph and Elkhart Counties in the South Bend Metropolitan Area.

(h) On November 17, 1993, Indiana submitted two of three elements required by section 182(d)(1)(A) of the Clean Air Amendments of 1990 to be incorporated as part of the vehicle miles traveled (VMT) State Implementation Plan intended to offset any growth in emissions from a growth in vehicle miles traveled. These elements are the offsetting of growth in emissions attributable to growth in VMT which was due November 15, 1992, and, any transportation control measures (TCMs) required as part of Indiana's 15 percent reasonable further progress (RFP) plan which was due November 15, 1993. Indiana satisfied the first requirement by projecting emissions from mobile sources and demonstrating that no increase in emissions would take place. Indiana satisfied the second requirement by determining that no TCMs were required as part of Indiana's 15 percent RFP plan.

(i) Approval—EPA is approving the section 182(f) oxides of nitrogen (NOX) reasonably available control technology (RACT), new source review (NSR), vehicle inspection/maintenance (I/M), and general conformity exemptions for the Indiana portion of the Chicago-Gary-Lake County severe ozone nonattainment area as requested by the States of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, and Wisconsin in a July 13, 1994 submittal. This approval does not cover the exemption of NOX transportation conformity requirements of section 176(c) for this area. Approval of these exemptions is contingent on the results of the final ozone attainment demonstration expected to be submitted in mid-1997. The approval will be modified if the final attainment demonstration demonstrates that NOX emission controls are needed in the nonattainment area to attain the ozone standard in the Lake Michigan Ozone Study modeling domain.

(j) The base year ozone precursor emission inventory requirement of section 182(a)(1) of the Clean Air Act, as amended in 1990, has been satisfied for Lake and Porter Counties, Indiana.

(k) On June 26, 1995, and June 13, 1997, Indiana submitted a 15 percent rate-of-progress plan for the Lake and Porter Counties portion of the Chicago-Gary-Lake County ozone nonattainment area. This plan satisfies the counties' requirements under section 182(b)(1) of the Clean Air Act, as amended in 1990.

(l) [Reserved]

(m) On July 12, 1995, Indiana submitted a 15 percent rate-of-progress plan for the Clark and Floyd Counties portion of the Louisville ozone nonattainment area. This plan satisfies Clark and Floyd Counties' requirements under section 182(b) of the Clean Air Act, as amended in 1990.

(n) On July 12, 1995, Indiana submitted corrections to the 1990 base year emissions inventory for Clark and Floyd Counties. The July 12, 1995, corrections are recognized revisions to Indiana's emissions inventory.

(o) On July 12, 1995, Indiana submitted as a revision to the Indiana State Implementation Plan a ridesharing transportation control measure which affects commuters in Clark and Floyd Counties.

(p) On August 26, 1996, Indiana submitted a rule for the purpose of meeting oxides of nitrogen (NOX) reasonably available control technology (RACT) requirements under section 182(f) of the Clean Air Act (Act) for the Clark and Floyd Counties moderate ozone nonattainment area. The rule's NOX control requirements meets RACT for major sources of portland cement kilns, electric utility boilers, and industrial, commercial, or institutional boilers. In addition, on April 30, 1997, Indiana certified to the satisfaction of the United States Environmental Protection Agency that, to the best of the State's knowledge, there are no remaining major sources of NOX in Clark and Floyd Counties which need RACT rules. Indiana, therefore, has satisfied the NOX RACT requirements under section 182(f) of the Act for the Clark and Floyd Counties ozone nonattainment area.

(q) Approval—On February 5, 1997, Indiana submitted a transportation control measure under section 108(f)(1)(A) of the Clean Air Amendments of 1990 for Vanderburgh County, Indiana to aid in reducing emissions of precursors of ozone. The transportation control measure being approved as a revision to the ozone state implementation plan is the conversion of at least 40 vehicles from gasoline as a fuel to compressed natural gas.

(r) Indiana's November 15, 1996, request for a 1-year attainment date extension for the Indiana portion of the Louisville moderate ozone nonattainment area which consists of Clark and Floyd Counties is approved. The date for attaining the ozone standard in these counties is November 15, 1997.

(s) Approval—On November 4, 1993, the State of Indiana submitted a maintenance plan and a request that Vanderburgh County be redesignated to attainment of the 1-hour National Ambient Air Quality Standard for ozone. The redesignation request and maintenance plan meet the redesignation requirements in section 107(d)(3)(E) of the Clean Air Act as amended in 1990. The redesignation meets the Federal requirements of section 182(a)(1) of the Clean Air Act as a revision to the Indiana ozone State Implementation Plan.

(t) Approval—On May 24, 1996, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management submitted a revision to the ozone State Implementation Plan for Lake and Porter Counties. The submittal pertained to a plan for the implementation of the Federal transportation conformity requirements in accordance with 40 CFR part 51 subpart T—Conformity to State or Federal Implementation Plans of Transportation Plans, Programs, and Projects Developed, Funded or Approved Under Title 23 U.S.C. or the Federal Transit Act.

(u) On December 17, 1997, and January 22, 1998, Indiana submitted the Post-1996 rate-of-progress plan for the Lake and Porter Counties portion of the Chicago-Gary-Lake County ozone nonattainment area. This plan satisfies the counties' requirements under section 182(c)(2)(B) of the Clean Air Act, as amended in 1990. The plan contains a 1999 mobile source vehicle emission budget for volatile organic compounds of 40,897 pounds per average summer day.

(v) Negative declarations—Aerospace coating operations, industrial clean up solvents, industrial wastewater processes, offset lithography operations, business plastics, automotive plastics, and synthetic organic chemical manufacturing industries (SOCMI) batch processes, reactors and distillation units categories. On November 8, 1999, the State of Indiana certified to the satisfaction of the Environmental Protection Agency that no major sources categorized as part of the nine categories listed above and have a potential to emit 100 tons or more of volatile organic compounds annually are located in Clark or Floyd Counties in southeast Indiana, adjacent to Louisville, Kentucky.

(w) Negative declarations—Aerospace coating operations, industrial clean up solvents, industrial wastewater processes, offset lithography operations, business plastics, automotive plastics, and synthetic organic chemical manufacturing industries (SOCMI) batch processes, reactors and distillation units categories. On November 8, 1999, and January 10, 2000, the State of Indiana certified to the satisfaction of the Environmental Protection Agency that no major sources categorized as part of the nine categories listed above and have a potential to emit 25 tons or more of volatile organic compounds annually are located in Lake or Porter Counties in northwest Indiana.

(x) The request submitted by Indiana on April 11, 2001 and supplemented on August 24, 2001, to redesignate the Indiana portion of the Louisville moderate interstate ozone nonattainment area from nonattainment to attainment was approved on October 23, 2001. The motor vehicle emissions budgets for VOC and NOX in the Indiana portion of the Louisville moderate interstate maintenance plan are adequate for conformity purposes and approvable as part of the maintenance plan. The 1-hour ozone standard maintenance plan motor vehicle emission budgets for the entire interstate Louisville area for the purposes of transportation conformity are now 48.17 tons per summer day of VOC and 92.93 tons per summer day of NOX for the year 2012.

(y) Lake and Porter Counties Attainment Demonstration Approval—On December 21, 2000, Indiana submitted a 1-hour ozone attainment demonstration plan as a requested revision to the Indiana State Implementation Plan. This approval includes: A modeled demonstration of attainment, a plan to reduce ozone precursor emissions by 3 percent per year from 2000 to 2007, and associated conformity budgets for 2002 and 2005, a revision to the NOX waiver, a contingency measures plan for both the ozone attainment demonstration and the post-1999 ROP plan, the conformity budgets for the 2007 attainment year, until such time that revised budgets are submitted and found adequate for conformity purposes as called for by the state in its commitment to recalculate and apply a revised budget for conformity within two years of the formal release of MOBILE6, the RACM analysis, the commitment to conduct a mid-course review of the attainment status of the Lake Michigan area, and an agreed order between U.S. Steel (currently USX Corporation) and the IDEM signed by IDEM on March 22, 1996, which requires U.S. Steel to establish a coke plant process water treatment plant at its Gary Works. Today's action finalizes approval of Indiana's 1-hour ozone attainment demonstration SIP revision.

(z) EPA is approving a revision to the Indiana SIP submitted by Indiana on June 26, 2003. The revision is for transportation conformity budgets for the Clark and Floyd portion of the Louisville area. The revised 2012 motor vehicle emission budgets (MVEBs) for the total Louisville area are 47.28 tons per day (tpd) for volatile organic compounds (VOC) and 111.13 tpd for oxides of nitrogen.

(aa) Approval—On August 6, 2004, Indiana submitted a revision to the 1-hour ozone attainment plan for Lake and Porter Counties. The revision consists of new motor vehicle emission estimates and new MOBILE6 based motor vehicle emissions budgets. The motor vehicle emissions budget for volatile organic compounds (VOCs) for Lake and Porter Counties, Indiana for the 2005 interim Rate of Progress year is now 15.18 tons per summer day (tpd). The 2007 motor vehicle emissions budgets for the Lake and Porter Counties, Indiana are now 12.37 tpd VOC and 63.33 tpd oxides of nitrogen.

(bb)(1) Approval—On July 15, 2005, Indiana submitted requests to redesignate Greene and Jackson Counties to attainment of the 8-hour ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standard. These requests were supplemented with submittals dated September 6, 2005, September 7, 2005, October 6, 2005, and October 20, 2005. As part of the redesignation requests, the State submitted maintenance plans as required by section 175A of the Clean Air Act. Elements of the section 175 maintenance plan include a contingency plan and an obligation to submit a subsequent maintenance plan revision in 8 years as required by the Clean Air Act. Also included were motor vehicle emission budgets for use to determine transportation conformity in Greene and Jackson Counties. The 2015 motor vehicle emission budgets for Greene County are 1.46 tpd for VOC and 1.54 tpd for NOX. The 2015 motor vehicle emission budgets for Jackson County are 1.65 tpd for VOC and 3.18 tpd for NOX.

(2) Approval—On July 8, 2013, Indiana submitted a request to revise the approved MOBILE6.2 motor vehicle emission budgets (budgets) in the 1997 8-hour ozone maintenance plan for the Greene County, Indiana area. The budgets are being revised with budgets developed with the MOVES2010a model. The 2015 budgets for Greene County, Indiana are 0.90 tons per day VOC and 2.31 tons per day NOX.

(cc)(1) Approval—On August 25, 2005, Indiana submitted a request to redesignate Delaware County to attainment of the 8-hour ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standard. This request was supplemented with a submittal dated October 20, 2005. As part of the redesignation request, the State submitted a maintenance plan as required by section 175A of the Clean Air Act. Elements of the section 175 maintenance plan include a contingency plan and an obligation to submit a subsequent maintenance plan revision in 8 years as required by the Clean Air Act. Also included were motor vehicle emission budgets for use to determine transportation conformity in Delaware County. The 2015 motor vehicle emission budgets for Delaware County are 3.50 tons per day for VOC and 4.82 tons per day for NOX.

(2) Approval—On August 17, 2012, Indiana submitted a request to revise the approved MOBILE6.2 motor vehicle emission budgets (budgets) in the 1997 8-hour ozone maintenance plan for the Delaware County (Muncie), Indiana area. The budgets are being revised with budgets developed with the MOVES2010a model. The 2015 budgets for Delaware County, Indiana are 2.53 tons per day volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and 7.02 tons per day nitrogen oxides (NOX).

(dd)(1) Approval—On July 5, 2005, Indiana submitted a request to redesignate Vigo County to attainment of the 8-hour ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standard. This request was supplemented with submittals dated October 20, 2005 and November 4, 2005. As part of the redesignation request, the State submitted a maintenance plan as required by section 175A of the Clean Air Act. Elements of the section 175 maintenance plan include a contingency plan and an obligation to submit a subsequent maintenance plan revision in 8 years as required by the Clean Air Act. Also included were motor vehicle emission budgets for use to determine transportation conformity in Vigo County. The 2015 motor vehicle emission budgets are 2.84 tons per day for VOC and 3.67 tons per day for NOX.

(2) Approval—On July 2, 2013, Indiana submitted a request to revise the approved MOBILE6.2 motor vehicle emission budgets (budgets) in the 1997 8-hour ozone maintenance plan for the Vigo County, Indiana area. The budgets are being revised with budgets developed with the MOVES2010a model. The 2015 budgets for Vigo County, Indiana are 2.17 tons per day VOC and 5.07 tons per day NOX.

(ee)(1) Approval—On June 2, 2005, Indiana submitted a request to redesignate Vanderburgh and Warrick Counties to attainment of the 8-hour ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standard. This request was supplemented with a submittal dated October 20, 2005. As part of the redesignation request, the State submitted a maintenance plan as required by section 175A of the Clean Air Act. Elements of the section 175 maintenance plan include a contingency plan and an obligation to submit a subsequent maintenance plan revision in 8 years as required by the Clean Air Act. Also included were motor vehicle emission budgets for use to determine transportation conformity in Vanderburgh and Warrick Counties. The 2015 motor vehicle emission budgets are 4.20 tons per day for VOC and 5.40 tons per day for NOX for both counties combined.

(2) Approval—On July 2, 2013, Indiana submitted a request to revise the approved MOBILE6.2 motor vehicle emission budgets (budgets) in the 1997 8-hour ozone maintenance plan for the Vanderburgh and Warrick Counties, Indiana area. The budgets are being revised with budgets developed with the MOVES2010a model. The 2015 budgets for Vanderburgh and Warrick Counties, Indiana are 5.02 tons per day VOC and 12.61 tons per day NOX.

(ff)(1) Approval—On May 30, 2006, Indiana submitted a request to redesignate Allen County to attainment of the 8-hour ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standard. As part of the redesignation request, the State submitted a maintenance plan as required by section 175A of the Clean Air Act. Elements of the section 175 maintenance plan include a contingency plan and an obligation to submit a subsequent maintenance plan revision in eight years as required by the Clean Air Act. Also included were motor vehicle emission budgets to determine transportation conformity in Allen County. The 2020 motor vehicle emission budgets are 6.5 tons per day for VOC and 7.0 tons per day for NOX.

(2) Approval—On July 2, 2013, Indiana submitted a request to revise the approved MOBILE6.2 motor vehicle emission budgets (budgets) in the 1997 8-hour ozone maintenance plan for the Allen County, Indiana area. The budgets are being revised with budgets developed with the MOVES2010a model. The 2020 budgets for Allen County, Indiana are 4.52 tons per day VOC and 9.72 tons per day NOX.

(gg) Approval—On May 30, 2006, Indiana submitted a request to redesignate LaPorte County to attainment of the 8-hour ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standard. As part of the redesignation request, the State submitted a maintenance plan as required by section 175A of the Clean Air Act. Elements of the section 175 maintenance plan include a contingency plan and an obligation to submit a subsequent maintenance plan revision in eight years as required by the Clean Air Act. The maintenance plan establishes 2020 motor vehicle emission budgets for LaPorte County of 3.40 tons per day for volatile organic compounds (VOC) and 6.50 tons per day for oxides of nitrogen (NOX).

(hh)(1) Approval—On May 30, 2006, Indiana submitted a request to redesignate St. Joseph and Elkhart Counties to attainment of the 8-hour ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standard. As part of the redesignation request, the State submitted a maintenance plan as required by section 175A of the Clean Air Act. Elements of the section 175 maintenance plan include a contingency plan and an obligation to submit a subsequent maintenance plan revision in eight years as required by the Clean Air Act. Also included were motor vehicle emission budgets to determine transportation conformity in St. Joseph and Elkhart Counties. The 2020 motor vehicle emission budgets are 6.64 tons per day for volatile organic compounds and 7.73 tons per day for oxides of nitrogen.

(2) Approval—On August 17, 2012, Indiana submitted a request to revise the approved MOBILE6.2 motor vehicle emission budgets (budgets) in the 1997 8-hour ozone maintenance plan for the South Bend/Elkhart, Indiana area. The budgets are being revised with budgets developed with the MOVES2010a model. The 2020 budgets for South Bend/Elkhart, Indiana are 6.73 tons per day volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and 13.95 tons per day nitrogen oxides (NOX).

(ii) Approval—On November 15, 2006, Indiana submitted a request to redesignate the Indiana portion of the Louisville 8-hour ozone nonattainment area (Clark and Floyd Counties) to attainment of the 8-hour ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standard. As part of the redesignation request, the State submitted a maintenance plan as required by section 175A of the Clean Air Act. Elements of the section 175 maintenance plan include a contingency plan and an obligation to submit a subsequent maintenance plan revision in eight years as required by the Clean Air Act. Also included were motor vehicle emission budgets to determine transportation conformity for the entire Louisville area. The 2003 and 2020 motor vehicle emission budgets are 40.97 tons per day for VOC and 95.51 tons per day for NOX, and 22.92 tons per day for VOC and 29.46 tons per day for NOX, respectively.

(jj)(1) Approval—On March 26, 2007, Indiana submitted a request to redesignate Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Johnson, Madison, Marion, Morgan, and Shelby Counties (the Central Indiana Area) (Indianapolis ozone nonattainment area) to attainment of the 8-hour ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standard. As part of the redesignation request, the State submitted an ozone maintenance plan as required by section 175A of the Clean Air Act. Part of the section 175A maintenance plan includes a contingency plan. The ozone maintenance plan establishes 2006 motor vehicle emission budgets for the Central Indiana Area of 54.32 tons per day for volatile organic compounds (VOC) and 106.19 tons per day for nitrogen oxides (NOX) and 2020 motor vehicle emission budgets for the Central Indiana Area of 29.52 tons per day for VOC and 35.69 tons per day for NOX.

(2) Approval—On April 16, 2012, Indiana submitted a request to revise the approved MOBILE6.2 motor vehicle emission budgets (budgets) in the 1997 8-hour ozone maintenance plan for the Central Indiana area. The budgets are being revised with budgets developed with the MOVES2010a model. The 2006 budgets for Central Indiana are 64.32 tons per day volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and 210.93 tons per day nitrogen oxides (NOX) and 2020 budgets are 25.47 tons per day VOCs and 69.00 tons per day of NOX.

(kk) Approval—On October 25, 2007, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) requested that EPA find that the Indiana portion of the Chicago-Gary-Lake County, IL-IN nonattainment area, has attained the revoked 1-hour ozone NAAQS. After review of this submission, EPA approves this finding.

(ll) Lake/Porter Co 8-hr Ozone NOX Waiver—On June 5, 2009, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) requested that EPA grant a waiver from the Clean Air Act requirement for Nitrogen Oxides (NOX) Reasonably Available Control Technology (RACT) in Lake and Porter Counties. After review of this submission, EPA approves and grants this NOX RACT waiver to Lake and Porter Counties.

(mm) Lake/Porter Co 8-hr Ozone Finding of Attainment—On June 5, 2009, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) requested that EPA find that the Indiana portion of the Chicago-Gary-Lake County, Illinois-Indiana (IL-IN) ozone nonattainment area has attained the 1997 8-hour ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS). After review of this submission and 2006-2008 ozone air quality data for this ozone nonattainment area, EPA finds that Lake and Porter Counties and the entire Chicago-Gary-Lake County, IL-IN area have attained the 1997 8-hour ozone NAAQS.

(nn) Approval—Indiana's 2002 inventory satisfies the base year emissions inventory requirements of section 172(c)(3) of the Clean Air Act for the Indiana portion of the Cincinnati-Hamilton, OH-KY-IN area under the 1997 8-hour ozone standard.

(oo)(1) Approval—On January 21, 2010, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management submitted a request to redesignate the Indiana portion of the Cincinnati-Hamilton, OH-KY-IN area to attainment of the 8-hour ozone NAAQS. As part of the redesignation request, the State submitted a maintenance plan as required by section 175A of the Clean Air Act. Elements of the section 175 maintenance plan include a contingency plan and an obligation to submit a subsequent maintenance plan revision in 8 years as required by the Clean Air Act. The 2015 motor vehicle emissions budgets for the Ohio and Indiana portions of the Cincinnati-Hamilton, OH-KY-IN area are 31.73 tpd for VOC and 49.00 tpd for NOX. The 2020 motor vehicle emissions budgets for the Ohio and Indiana portions of the area are 28.82 tpd for VOC and 34.39 tpd for NOX.

(2) Approval—On December 11, 2012, Indiana submitted a request to revise the approved MOBILE6.2 motor vehicle emission budgets (budgets) in the 1997 8-hour ozone maintenance plan for the Indiana portion of the Cincinnati-Hamilton, OH-KY-IN maintenance area. The budgets are being revised with budgets developed with the MOVES2010a model. The 2015 motor vehicle emissions budgets for the Ohio and Indiana portions are 56.06 tpd VOC and 94.25 tpd NOX. The 2020 motor vehicle emissions budgets for the Ohio and Indiana portions of the area are 42.81 tpd VOC and 73.13 tpd for NOX.

(pp)(1) Approval—On June 5, 2009, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management submitted a request to redesignate Lake and Porter Counties to attainment of the 1997 8-hour ozone NAAQS. As part of the redesignation request, the State submitted a maintenance plan as required by section 175A of the Clean Air Act. Elements of the section 175A maintenance plan include a contingency plan and an obligation to submit a subsequent maintenance plan revision in 8 years, as required by the Clean Air Act. The 2010 motor vehicle emissions budgets for Lake and Porter Counties are 10.5 tpd for VOC and 40.6 tpd for NOX. The 2020 motor vehicle emissions budgets for Lake and Porter Counties are 6.0 tpd for VOC and 12.6 tpd for NOX.

(2) Approval—On February 1, 2013, Indiana submitted a request to revise the motor vehicle emission budgets (budgets) in the 1997 8-hour ozone maintenance plan for the Lake and Porter County, Indiana maintenance area. The budgets are being revised with budgets developed with the MOVES2010a model. The 2010 motor vehicle emissions budgets for Lake and Porter County, Indiana are 13.99 tpd VOC and 47.26 tpd NOX. The 2020 motor vehicle emissions budgets for the Lake and Porter County area are 5.99 tpd VOC and 16.69 tpd for NOX.

(qq) Approval—Indiana's 2002 VOC and NOX emissions inventories satisfy the emission inventory requirements of section 182(a)(1) of the Clean Air Act for Lake and Porter Counties under the 1997 8-hour ozone NAAQS.

(rr) Approval—EPA is approving a request submitted by the State of Indiana on October 10, 2006, and supplemented on November 15, 2006, November 29, 2007, November 25, 2008, April 23, 2010 and November 19, 2010, to discontinue the vehicle inspection and maintenance (I/M) program in Clark and Floyd Counties. The submittal also includes Indiana's demonstration that eliminating the I/M programs in Clark and Floyd Counties will not interfere with the attainment and maintenance of the ozone NAAQS and the fine particulate NAAQS and with the attainment and maintenance of other air quality standards and requirements of the CAA. We are further approving Indiana's request to modify the SIP such that I/M is no longer an active program in these areas and is instead a contingency measure in this area's maintenance plan.

(ss) Disapproval. EPA is disapproving Indiana's December 5, 2012, ozone redesignation request for Lake and Porter Counties for the 2008 ozone standard. EPA is also disapproving Indiana's motor vehicle emission budgets and ozone maintenance plan submitted with the redesignation request.

(tt) Determination of attainment. As required by section 181(b)(2)(A) of the Clean Air Act, the EPA has determined that the Cincinnati, OH-KY-IN Marginal 2008 ozone nonattainment area has attained the 2008 ozone NAAQS by the applicable attainment date of July 20, 2015.

(uu) Approval—On February 23, 2016, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management submitted a request to redesignate the Indiana portion of the Cincinnati, OH-KY-IN area to attainment of the 2008 ozone NAAQS. As part of the redesignation request, the State submitted a maintenance plan as required by section 175A of the Clean Air Act. Elements of the section 175 maintenance plan include a contingency plan and an obligation to submit a subsequent maintenance plan revision in 8 years as required by the Clean Air Act. The 2020 motor vehicle emissions budgets for the Indiana and Ohio portions of the Cincinnati, OH-KY-IN area are 30.02 tons per summer day (TPSD) for VOC and 30.79 TPSD for NOX. The 2030 motor vehicle emissions budgets for the Indiana and Ohio portions of the area are 18.22 TPSD for VOC and 16.22 TPSD for NOX.

(vv) On June 15, 2016, Indiana submitted 2011 volatile organic compounds and oxides of nitrogen emissions inventories for the Indiana portion of the Chicago-Naperville, Illinois-Indiana-Wisconsin nonattainment area for the 2008 ozone national ambient air quality standard as a revision of the Indiana state implementation plan. The documented emissions inventories are approved as a revision of the state's implementation plan.

(ww) On June 15, 2016, Indiana submitted a certification that sources of volatile organic compounds or oxides of nitrogen located in Lake and Porter Counties are required to annually submit statements documenting these emissions to the state. This certification is approved as a revision to the state's implementation plan.

[38 FR 16565, June 22, 1973]

Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting §52.777, see the List of CFR Sections Affected, which appears in the Finding Aids section of the printed volume and at www.govinfo.gov.

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§52.778   Compliance schedules.

(a) The requirements of §51.262(a) of this chapter are not met since the compliance schedules for sources of nitrogen oxides extend over a period of more than 18 months and periodic increments of progress are not included.

(b)-(c) [Reserved]

(d) The compliance schedule for the source identified below is disapproved as not meeting the requirements of subpart N of this chapter. All regulations cited are air pollution control regulations of the State, unless otherwise noted.

SourceLocationRegulation involvedDate schedule adopted
lake county
Commonwealth Edison Co. of Indiana, Inc. (State Line Station)HammondAPC 13Jan. 18, 1973.

[38 FR 12698 May 14, 1973, as amended at 39 FR 28158, Aug. 5, 1974; 51 FR 40675, 40676, 40677, Nov. 7, 1986; 54 FR 25258, June 14, 1989]

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§52.779   [Reserved]

§52.780   Review of new sources and modifications.

(a) The requirements of §51.160(a) of this chapter are not met in that the plan does not contain procedures to enable the State to determine whether construction or modification of coal burning equipment having a heat input of between 350,000 Btu per hour and 1,500,000 Btu per hour will result in violations of applicable portions of the control strategy and section 4(a)(2)(iii) of APC-19 is disapproved to the extent that it exempts coal burning equipment having a heat input of between 350,000 Btu per hour and 1,500,000 Btu per hour from pre-construction/modification review.

(b)-(c) [Reserved]

(d) Limited regulation for the review of new sources and modifications. (1) This requirement is applicable to any coal burning equipment other than smokehouse generators, having a heat input of between 350,000 Btu per hour (88.2 Mg-cal/h) and 1,500,000 Btu per hour (378.0 MG cal/h), the construction of which was commenced after May 14, 1973.

(2) No owner or operator shall commence construction or modification of any coal burning equipment subject to this regulation without first obtaining approval from the Administrator of the location and design of such source.

(i) Application for approval to construct or modify shall be made on forms furnished by the Administrator,

(ii) A separate application is required for each source.

(iii) Each application shall be signed by the applicant.

(iv) Each application shall be accompanied by site information, plans, descriptions, specifications, and drawings showing the design of the source, the nature and amount of emissions, and the manner in which it will be operated and controlled.

(v) Any additional information, plans, specifications, evidence, or documentation that the Administrator may require shall be furnished upon request.

(3) No approval to construct or modify will be granted unless the applicant shows to the satisfaction of the Administrator that:

(i) The source will operate without causing a violation of any local, State, or Federal regulation which is part of the applicable plan; and

(ii) The source will not prevent or interfere with attainment or maintenance of any national standard.

(4) (i) Within twenty (20) days after receipt of an application to construct, or any addition to such application, the Administrator shall advise the owner or operator of any deficiency in the information submitted in support of the application. In the event of such a deficiency, the date of receipt of the application for the purpose of paragraph (d)(4)(ii) of this section, shall be the date on which all required information is received by the Administrator.

(ii) Within thirty (30) days after receipt of a complete application, the Administrator shall:

(a) Make a preliminary determination whether the source should be approved, approved with conditions, or disapproved.

(b) Make available in at least one location in each region in which the proposed source would be constructed, a copy of all materials submitted by the owner or operator, a copy of the Administrator's preliminary determination and a copy or summary of other materials, if any, considered by the Administrator in making his preliminary determination; and

(c) Notify the public, by prominent advertisement in a newspaper of general circulation in each region in which the proposed source would be constructed, of the opportunity for written public comment on the information submitted by the owner or operator and the Administrator's preliminary determination on the approvability of the source.

(iii) A copy of the notice required pursuant to this paragraph shall be sent to the applicant and to state and local air pollution control agencies, having cognizance over the location where the source will be situated.

(iv) Public comments submitted in writing within thirty (30) days after the date such information is made available shall be considered by the Administrator in making his final decision on the application. No later than ten (10) days after the close of the public comment period, the applicant may submit a written response to any comment submitted by the public. The Administrator shall consider the applicant's response in making his final decision. All comments shall be made available for public inspection in at least one location in the region in which the source would be located.

(v) The Administrator shall take final action on an application within thirty (30) days after the close of the public comment period. The Administrator shall notify the applicant in writing of his approval, conditional approval, or denial of the application, and shall set forth his reasons for conditional approval or denial. Such notification shall be made available for public inspection in at least one location in the region in which the source would be located.

(vi) The Administrator may extend each of the time periods specified in paragraph (d)(4) (ii), (iv) or (v) of this section by no more than 30 days, or such other period as agreed to by the applicant and the Administrator.

(5) The Administrator may impose any reasonable conditions upon an approval, including conditions requiring the source to be provided with:

(i) Sampling ports of a size, number, and location as the Administrator may require,

(ii) Safe access to each port,

(iii) Instrumentation to monitor and record emission data, and

(iv) Any other sampling and testing facilities.

(6) The Administrator may cancel an approval if the construction is not begun within 2 years from the date of issuance, or if during the construction, work is suspended for 1 year.

(7) Any owner or operator subject to the provisions of this regulation shall furnish the Administrator written notification as follows:

(i) A notification of the anticipated date of initial startup of a source not more than 60 days or less than 30 days prior to such date.

(ii) A notification of the actual date of initial startup of a source within 15 days after such date.

(8) Within 60 days after achieving the maximum production rate at which the source will be operated but not later than 180 days after initial startup of such source, the owner or operator of such source shall conduct a performance test(s) in accordance with methods and under operating conditions approved by the Administrator and furnish the Administrator a written report of the results of such performance test.

(i) Such test shall be at the expense of the owner or operator.

(ii) The Administrator may monitor such test and may also conduct performance tests.

(iii) The owner or operator of a source shall provide the Administrator 15 days prior notice of the performance test to afford the Administrator the opportunity to have an observer present.

(iv) The Administrator may waive the requirement of performance tests if the owner or operator of a source has demonstrated by other means to the Administrator's satisfaction that the source is being operated in compliance with all local, State, and Federal regulations which are part of the applicable plan.

(9) [Reserved]

(10) Approval to construct or modify shall not relieve any owner or operator of the responsibility to comply with all local, State, and Federal regulations which are part of the applicable plan.

(11) Any owner or operator who constructs, modifies, or operates a stationary source not in accordance with the application, as approved and conditioned by the Administrator, or any owner or operator of a stationary source subject to this paragraph who commences construction or modification without applying for and receiving approval hereunder, shall be subject to enforcement action under section 113 of the Act.

(e) The requirements of subpart I of this chapter are not met because the State failed to submit a plan for review of new or modified indirect sources.

(f) Regulation for review of new or modified indirect sources. The provisions of §52.22(b) are hereby incorporated by reference and made a part of the applicable implementation of the plan for the State of Indiana.

(g) Delegation of authority. (1) The Administrator shall have the authority to delegate responsibility for implementing the procedures for conducting source review pursuant to this section in accordance with paragraphs (f) (2), (3), and (4) of this section.

(2) Where the Administrator delegates the responsibility for implementing the procedures for conducting source review pursuant to this section to any Agency, other than a Regional Office of the Environmental Protection Agency, a copy of the notice pursuant to paragraph (d)(4)(iii) of this section shall be sent to the Administrator through the appropriate Regional Office.

(3) In accordance with Executive Order 11752, the Administrator's authority for implementing the procedures for conducting source review pursuant to this section shall not be delegated, other than to a Regional Office of the Environmental Protection Agency, for new or modified sources which are owned or operated by the Federal Government or for new or modified sources located on Federal lands; except that, with respect to the latter category, where new or modified sources are constructed or operated on Federal lands pursuant to leasing or other Federal agreements, the Federal Land Manager may at his discretion, to the extent permissible under applicable statutes and regulations, require the lessee or permittee to be subject to new source review requirements which have been delegated to a State or local agency pursuant to this paragraph.

(4) The Administrator's authority for implementing the procedures for conducting source review pursuant to this section shall not be redelegated, other than to a Regional Office of the Environmental Protection Agency, for new or modified sources which are located in Indian reservations except where the State has assumed jurisdiction over such land under other laws, in which case the Administrator may delegate his authority to the States in accordance with paragraphs (g) (2), (3), and (4) of this section.

(h) On March 7, 1994, Indiana requested a revision to the State Implementation Plan (SIP) for New Source Review (NSR) to satisfy the requirements of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990. The Indiana 326 IAC regulations do not include a definition of “federally enforceable”. On July 13, 1994, Pamela Carter, Attorney General of the State of Indiana, sent a letter to USEPA clarifying Indiana's interpretation of the definition of federally enforceable. The letter states that federally enforceable, e.g. as used in 326 IAC 2-3-1, should be interpreted in accordance with the federal definition at 40 CFR 51.165(a)(1)(xiv). The USEPA took the opportunity of rulemaking on the State's submittal to recodify the permitting SIP to conform to Title 326 the Indiana Administrative Code.

[37 FR 10863, May 31, 1972, as amended at 38 FR 12698, May 14, 1973; 39 FR 4663, Feb. 6, 1974; 39 FR 7281, Feb. 25, 1974; 40 FR 50270, Oct. 29, 1975; 51 FR 40677, Nov. 7, 1986; 59 FR 51114, Oct. 7, 1994]

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§52.781   Rules and regulations.

(a) [Reserved]

(b) A part of the second sentence in section 3, APC-17, which states “Where there is a violation or potential violation of ambient air quality standards, existing emission sources or any existing air pollution control equipment shall comply with th

(c)-(d) [Reserved]

(e) Section 2(d) of APC-20, Fugitive Dust Emissions, is disapproved because it is unenforceable within the terms of the regulation.

(f) Subsections 3(b)(3) and 3(b)(5) of APC-2 (May 18, 1977) are disapproved because they are unenforceable within the terms of the regulation.

(g) Disapproval. EPA is disapproving 326 IAC 25-2-1, 326 IAC 25-2-3 and 326 IAC 25-2-4 as revisions to the Indiana SIP.

(h) Disapproval. EPA is disapproving the December 10, 2009 submittal of 326 IAC 7-4-14 as a revision to the Indiana SIP.

[37 FR 10863, May 31, 1972, as amended at 37 FR 15084, July 27, 1972; 38 FR 12698, May 14, 1973; 40 FR 50033, Oct. 28, 1975; 43 FR 26722, June 22, 1978; 75 FR 72965, Nov. 29, 2010; 78 FR 78725, Dec. 27, 2013]

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§52.782   Request for 18-month extension.

(a) The requirements of §51.341 of this chapter are not met since the request for an 18-month extension for submitting that portion of the plan that implements the secondary standards for particulate matter in the Metropolitan Indianapolis Intrastate Region does not show that attainment of the secondary standards will require emission reductions exceeding those which can be achieved through the application of reasonably available control technology.

[37 FR 10863, May 31, 1972, as amended at 51 FR 40677, Nov. 7, 1986]

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§52.783   [Reserved]

§52.784   Transportation and land use controls.

(a) To complete the requirements of subpart L and subpart G of this chapter, the Governor of Indiana must submit to the Administrator:

(1) No later than April 15, 1973, transportation and/or land use control strategies and a demonstration that said strategies, along with Indiana's presently adopted stationary source emission limitations for carbon monoxide and hydrocarbons and the Federal Motor Vehicle Control Program, will attain and maintain the national standards for carbon monoxide and photochemical oxidants (hydrocarbons) in the Metropolitan Indianapolis Intrastate Region by May 31, 1975. By such date (April 15, 1973), the State also must submit a detailed timetable for implementing the legislative authority, regulations, and administrative policies required for carrying out the transportation and/or land use control strategies by May 31, 1975.

(2) No later than July 30, 1973, the legislative authority that is needed for carrying out such strategies.

(3) No later than December 30, 1973, the necessary adopted regulations and administrative policies needed to implement such strategies.

[38 FR 7326, Mar. 20, 1973, as amended at 51 FR 40676, Nov. 7, 1986]

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§52.785   Control strategy: Carbon monoxide.

(a) The requirements of subpart G of this chapter are not met because the plan does not provide for attainment and maintenance of the national standards for carbon monoxide in the Metropolitan Indianapolis Intrastate Region by May 31, 1975.

(b) On December 21, 1999, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management submitted carbon monoxide maintenance plans for those portions of Lake and Marion Counties which they requested the Environmental Protection Agency redesignate to attainment of the carbon monoxide national ambient air quality standard.

(c) Approval—The Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) submitted Carbon Monoxide (CO) Limited Maintenance Plan Updates for Lake and Marion Counties on January 12, 2009. The updated Limited Maintenance Plans demonstrate attainment of the CO National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS) for Lake and Marion Counties for an additional ten years.

[38 FR 16565, June 22, 1973, as amended at 51 FR 40676, Nov. 7, 1986; 65 FR 2888, Jan. 19, 2000; 74 FR 52893, Oct. 15, 2009]

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§52.786   Inspection and maintenance program.

(a) Definitions:

(1) Inspection and maintenance program means a program to reduce emissions from in-use vehicles through identifying vehicles that need emission control related maintenance and requiring that such maintenance be performed.

(2) Light-duty vehicle means a motor vehicle rated at 6,000 lb. GVW (gross vehicle weight) or less.

(3) All other terms used in this section that are defined in part 51, subpart G of this chapter, are used herein with the meanings so defined.

(b) This regulation is applicable in the County of Marion, Indiana (including all cities, towns and municipal corporations therein).

(c) The State of Indiana shall establish and cause the implementation of an inspection and maintenance program applicable to all gasoline-powered light duty vehicles which are registered in Marion County. Such program shall conform with this §52.786. The Consolidated City of Indianapolis, the County of Marion, and other municipalities within the County of Marion, shall take all legislative, executive, or other action necessary to establish and implement the program required by this regulation.

(d) Not later than April 1, 1975, the State of Indiana, the County of Marion and the Consolidated City of Indianapolis shall jointly submit to the Administrator, for his approval, legally adopted legislation and/or regulations establishing the regulatory scheme for the inspection/maintenance program required by paragraph (c) of this section. The legislation and/or regulations shall include:

(1) Provisions requiring inspection of all light-duty motor vehicles subject to the inspection program required by paragraph (c) of this section at periodic intervals no more than 1 year apart by means of an idle test. Any class or category of vehicles that are found to be rarely used on public streets and highways (such as classic or antique vehicles) may be exempted.

(2) Provisions for regulatory criteria that are consistent with achieving an 11 percent reduction of hydrocarbon emissions from light-duty vehicles.

(3) Provisions ensuring that failed vehicles receive, within 30 days, the maintenance necessary to achieve compliance with the inspection standards. These provisions shall impose sanctions against owners of non-complying vehicles, require retest of failed vehicles following maintenance, require a suitable distinctive tag or sticker for display on complying vehicles, and include such other measures as are necessary or appropriate.

(4) Provisions establishing a certification program to ensure that testing stations performing the required tests have the necessary equipment and knowledgeable operators to perform the tests satisfactorily, imposing sanctions against non-complying testing stations, and containing such other measures as necessary or appropriate to a testing program.

(5) Provisions prohibiting vehicles from being intentionally readjusted or modified subsequent to the inspection and/or maintenance in such a way as would cause them no longer to comply with the inspection standards. These may include authorization of spot checks of idle adjustments or of a suitable type of physical seal or tag on vehicles. These provisions shall include appropriate penalties for violation by any person.

(6) Designation of agency or agencies responsible for conducting, overseeing, and enforcing the inspection/maintenance program. Private parties may be designated to conduct parts of the program to certify compliance.

(e) After July 1, 1976, the State of Indiana, County of Marion, the Consolidated City of Indianapolis, and other municipalities in Marion County shall not allow the operation on streets, roads, or highways under their ownership or control of any light duty motor vehicle subject to the inspection program established pursuant to paragraph (c) of this section that does not comply with the applicable standards and procedures adopted in accordance with paragraph (d) of this section.

(f) After July 1, 1976, no person shall operate or allow the operation of any motor vehicle subject to the inspection program established pursuant to paragraph (c) of this section that does not comply with the applicable standards and procedures adopted in accordance with paragraph (d) of this section.

(g) No later than October 1, 1974, the State of Indiana, County of Marion, and the Consolidated City of Indianapolis shall jointly submit to the Administrator, for his approval, a detailed compliance schedule showing the steps they will take to establish, operate and enforce the inspection program required by paragraph (c) of this section including:

(1) A detailed description of the inspection program required by paragraph (c) of this section (including a description of the way in which the program will be established, operated, and enforced and the respective responsibilities of the State, county, and municipalities for such tasks).

(2) A description of the legal authority for establishing and enforcing the inspection/maintenance program, including the text of proposed or adopted legislation and regulations.

(3) Specific dates (day, month, and year) by which various steps to implement the inspection/maintenance system will be completed, such steps to include, at a minimum, the following: submitting final plans and specifications for the system to the Administrator for this approval (this date to be no later than February 1, 1975), ordering necessary equipment (this date to be no later than April 15, 1975), commencement of onsite construction and/or installation, and system operational (this date to be no later than April 15, 1975, commencement of onsite construction and/ior installation, and system operational (this date to be no later than July 1, 1975).

(4) An identification of the sources and amounts of funds necessary to implement the system together with written assurances from the chief executive officers of the State, city, and county that they will seek such necessary funding from the appropriate legislative bodies.

(5) Other provisions necessary or appropriate to carry out the program.

(h) The State's December 2, 1992, commitment to timely adopt and implement enhanced inspection and maintenance (I/M) rules for Lake and Porter Counties is disapproved based on the failure of the State of Indiana to meet important milestones pertaining to the development and adoption of necessary authority for the I/M program. This disapproval initiates the sanction process of section 179(a) of the Act.

[39 FR 12348, Apr. 5, 1974, as amended at 46 FR 38, Jan. 2, 1981; 51 FR 40677, Nov. 7, 1986; 55 FR 31052, July 31, 1990; 58 FR 62535, Nov. 29, 1993]

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§52.787   Gasoline transfer vapor control.

(a) Gasoline means any petroleum distillate having a Reid vapor pressure of 4 pounds or greater.

(b) This section is applicable in the County of Marion, Indiana (including all cities, towns and municipal corporations therein).

(c) No person shall transfer or permit the transfer of gasoline from any delivery vessel into any stationary source container with a capacity greater than 250 gallons unless such container is equipped with a submerged fill pipe and unless the displaced vapors from the storage container are processed by a control system that prevents release to the atmosphere of no less than 90 percent by weight of organic compounds in said vapors displaced from the stationary storage container location. The control system shall include one or more of the following:

(1) A vapor-tight return line from the storage container to the delivery vessel and a system that will ensure that the vapor return line is connected before gasoline can be transferred into the container. If a “vapor-balance return” system is used to meet the requirements of this section, the system shall be so constructed as to be readily adapted to retrofit with an adsorption system, refrigeration-condensation system or equivalent system connected to the stationary storage container.

(2) Refrigeration-condensation sys- tem or adsorption system connected to the stationary storage container.

(3) An equivalent system, approved by the Administrator or his designee, designed to recover or eliminate no less than 90 percent by weight of the organic compounds in the displaced vapor.

(d) No person shall own or operate a delivery vessel containing gasoline unless the delivery vessel is so designed and maintained as to be vapor-tight at all times. This paragraph (d) shall not apply to delivery vessels in transit through Marion County which neither are filled nor deliver gasoline therein, nor shall this paragraph (d) be construed to prohibit safety-valves on other devices required by governmental safety regulations. Delivery vessels which are filled in Marion County but do not deliver in Marion County may be controlled only for filling.

(e) No person shall own or operate a facility for the filling of delivery vessels with gasoline unless the facility is equipped with a control system, which can recover or eliminate at least 90 percent by weight of the organic compounds in the vapors displaced from the delivery vessel during refilling. Facilities which have a daily throughput of 20,000 gallons or less are required to have a vapor recovery system in operation no later than May 31, 1977. Delivery vessels and storage containers served exclusively by facilities required to have a vapor recovery system in operation no later than May 31, 1977, also will be required to meet the provisions of this section no later than May 31, 1977.

(f) After March 1, 1976, no person shall intentionally release gasoline vapors from a delivery vessel, except to a control system that can recover or eliminate at least 90 percent by weight of organic compounds in the vapors released.

(g) The provisions of paragraph (c) of this section shall not apply to the following:

(1) Stationary containers having a capacity less than 550 gallons used exclusively for the fueling of farming equipment.

(2) Any stationary container having a capacity less than 2,000 gallons installed prior to promulgation of this paragraph.

(3) Transfer made to storage tanks equipped with floating roofs or their equivalent.

(4) Gasoline storage compartments of 1,000 gallons or less in gasoline delivery vessels in use on the promulgated date of this regulation will not be required to be retrofitted with a vapor return system until January 1, 1977.

(h) The operation of a source, otherwise, subject to paragraph (c), (d), or (e) of this section, shall not be a violation of paragraph (c), (d), or (e), respectively, if the following acts shall be completed with respect to such source before the following dates:

(1) October 1, 1974. The owner of the source or his designee shall submit to the Administrator, a final control plan, which describes at a minimum the steps that will be taken by the source to achieve compliance with the applicable provisions of paragraphs (c), (d), and (e) of this section.

(2) March 1, 1975. Negotiate and sign all necessary contracts for control systems, or issue orders for the purchase of component parts to accomplish emission control.

(3) May 1, 1975. Initiate on-site construction or installation of control system equipment.

(4) February 1, 1976. Complete on-site construction or installation of control system equipment.

(5) March 1, 1976. Achieve final compliance with the applicable provisions of paragraphs (c), (d), and (e) of this section.

(6) Any owner of a source subject to the compliance schedule in this paragraph shall certify to the Administrator, within 5 days after the deadline for each increment of progress, whether or not the required increment of progress has been met.

(i) As an alternative to compliance with the schedule under paragraph (h) of this section:

(1) The owner of a source which is in compliance with the provisions of paragraph (c), (d), or (e) of this section, shall certify such compliance to the Administrator by October 1, 1974. The Administrator may request whatever supporting information he considers necessary for proper certification.

(2) A source for which a compliance schedule is adopted by the State and approved by the Administrator may operate in conformity with such compliance schedule.

(3) The owner of a source may submit to the Administrator, by October 1, 1974, a proposed alternative compliance schedule. No such schedule may provide for compliance after March 1, 1976. Until promulgated by the Administrator, such source shall conform with applicable portions of paragraph (c), (d), (e), or (h) of this section. Upon promulgation of the compliance schedule by the Administrator, no person shall own or operate the source except in conformity with the promulgated schedule.

(j) Nothing in this section shall preclude the Administrator from promulgating a separate schedule for any source to which the application of the compliance schedule in paragraph (h) of this section fails to satisfy the requirements of §51.15 (b) and (c) of this chapter.

(k) Any new container, facility, or vessel subject to this regulation that is placed in operation after October 1, 1974, shall within 30 days of commencing operation submit a compliance schedule in conformity with paragraph (i) of this section and shall otherwise comply with this section. Any facility subject to this regulation that is placed in operation after March 1, 1976, shall comply with the applicable requirements of this section immediately upon commencing operation.

[39 FR 12349, Apr. 5, 1974, as amended at 39 FR 41253, Nov. 26, 1974; 41 FR 56643, Dec. 29, 1976; 42 FR 29004, June 7, 1977]

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§52.788   Operating permits.

Emission limitations and other provisions contained in operating permits issued by the State in accordance with the provisions of the federally approved permit program shall be the applicable requirements of the federally approved State Implementation Plan (SIP) for Indiana for the purpose of sections 112(b) and 113 of the Clean Air Act and shall be enforceable by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) and any person in the same manner as other requirements of the SIP. USEPA reserves the right to deem an operating permit not federally enforceable. Such a determination will be made according to appropriate procedures, and be based upon the permit, permit approval procedures or permit requirements which do not conform with the operating permit program requirements or the requirements of USEPA's underlying regulations.

[60 FR 43012, Aug. 18, 1995]

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§52.789   Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP requirements for decreases in emissions of nitrogen oxides?

(a)(1) The owner and operator of each source and each unit located in the State of Indiana and for which requirements are set forth under the CSAPR NOX Annual Trading Program in subpart AAAAA of part 97 of this chapter must comply with such requirements. The obligation to comply with such requirements will be eliminated by the promulgation of an approval by the Administrator of a revision to Indiana's State Implementation Plan (SIP) as correcting the SIP's deficiency that is the basis for the CSAPR Federal Implementation Plan under §52.38(a), except to the extent the Administrator's approval is partial or conditional.

(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (a)(1) of this section, if, at the time of the approval of Indiana's SIP revision described in paragraph (a)(1) of this section, the Administrator has already started recording any allocations of CSAPR NOX Annual allowances under subpart AAAAA of part 97 of this chapter to units in the State for a control period in any year, the provisions of subpart AAAAA of part 97 of this chapter authorizing the Administrator to complete the allocation and recordation of CSAPR NOX Annual allowances to units in the State for each such control period shall continue to apply, unless provided otherwise by such approval of the State's SIP revision.

(b)(1) The owner and operator of each source and each unit located in the State of Indiana and for which requirements are set forth under the CSAPR NOX Ozone Season Group 1 Trading Program in subpart BBBBB of part 97 of this chapter must comply with such requirements with regard to emissions occurring in 2015 and 2016.

(2) The owner and operator of each source and each unit located in the State of Indiana and for which requirements are set forth under the CSAPR NOX Ozone Season Group 2 Trading Program in subpart EEEEE of part 97 of this chapter must comply with such requirements with regard to emissions occurring in 2017 and each subsequent year. The obligation to comply with such requirements will be eliminated by the promulgation of an approval by the Administrator of a revision to Indiana's State Implementation Plan (SIP) as correcting the SIP's deficiency that is the basis for the CSAPR Federal Implementation Plan (FIP) under §52.38(b), except to the extent the Administrator's approval is partial or conditional.

(3) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (b)(2) of this section, if, at the time of the approval of Indiana's SIP revision described in paragraph (b)(2) of this section, the Administrator has already started recording any allocations of CSAPR NOX Ozone Season Group 2 allowances under subpart EEEEE of part 97 of this chapter to units in the State for a control period in any year, the provisions of subpart EEEEE of part 97 of this chapter authorizing the Administrator to complete the allocation and recordation of CSAPR NOX Ozone Season Group 2 allowances to units in the State for each such control period shall continue to apply, unless provided otherwise by such approval of the State's SIP revision.

[76 FR 48364, Aug. 8, 2011, as amended at 81 FR 74586 and 74594, Oct. 26, 2016; 83 FR 65924, Dec. 21, 2018]

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§52.790   Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP requirements for decreases in emissions of sulfur dioxide?

(a) The owner and operator of each source and each unit located in the State of Indiana and for which requirements are set forth under the CSAPR SO2 Group 1 Trading Program in subpart CCCCC of part 97 of this chapter must comply with such requirements. The obligation to comply with such requirements will be eliminated by the promulgation of an approval by the Administrator of a revision to Indiana's State Implementation Plan (SIP) as correcting the SIP's deficiency that is the basis for the CSAPR Federal Implementation Plan under §52.39 except to the extent the Administrator's approval is partial or conditional.

(b) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (a) of this section, if, at the time of the approval of Indiana's SIP revision described in paragraph (a) of this section, the Administrator has already started recording any allocations of CSAPR SO2 Group 1 allowances under subpart CCCCC of part 97 of this chapter to units in the State for a control period in any year, the provisions of subpart CCCCC of part 97 of this chapter authorizing the Administrator to complete the allocation and recordation of CSAPR SO2 Group 1 allowances to units in the State for each such control period shall continue to apply, unless provided otherwise by such approval of the State's SIP revision.

[76 FR 48364, Aug. 8, 2011, as amended at 81 FR 74586, Oct. 26, 2016]

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§52.791   Visibility protection.

(a) Regional Haze. The requirements of section 169A of the Clean Air Act are not met because the regional haze plan submitted by Indiana on January 14, 2011, and supplemented on March 10, 2011, does not include fully approvable measures for meeting the requirements of 40 CFR 51.308(d)(3) and 51.308(e) with respect to emissions of NOX and SO2 from electric generating units. EPA has given limited approval and limited disapproval to the plan provisions addressing these requirements.

(b) Measures Addressing Limited Disapproval Associated with NOX. The deficiencies associated with NOX identified in EPA's limited disapproval of the regional haze plan submitted by Indiana on January 14, 2011, and supplemented on March 10, 2011, are satisfied by §52.789.

(c) Measures Addressing Limited Disapproval Associated with SO2. The deficiencies associated with SO2 dentified in EPA's limited disapproval of the regional haze plan submitted by Indiana on January 14, 2011 and supplemented on March 10, 2011 are satisfied by §52.790.

[77 FR 33657, June 7, 2012]

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§52.792   [Reserved]

§52.793   Significant deterioration of air quality.

(a) The requirements of sections 160 through 165 of the Clean Air Act are not met, since the plan does not include approvable procedures for preventing the significant deterioration of air quality.

(b) Regulations for preventing significant deterioration of air quality. The provisions of §52.21(a)(2) and (b) through (bb) are hereby incorporated and made a part of the applicable state plan for the State of Indiana.

(c) All applications and other information required pursuant to §52.21 of this part from sources located in the State of Indiana shall be submitted to the state agency, Indiana Department of Environmental Management, Office of Air Quality, 100 North Senate Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204, rather than to EPA's Region 5 office.

[45 FR 52741, Aug. 7, 1980, as amended at 53 FR 18985, May 26, 1988; 68 FR 11323, Mar. 10, 2003; 75 FR 55275, Sept. 10, 2010]

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§52.794   Source surveillance.

(a) The requirements of 51.212 of this chapter are not met by the phrase “for more than a cumulative total of 15 minutes in a 24-hour period” contained in section 1 of APC-3 of the Indiana Air Pollution Control Regulations.

(b) [Reserved]

(c) 325 IAC 5-1 (October 6, 1980, submittal—§52.770(c)(53)) is disapproved for the Lake County sources specifically listed in Table 2 of 325 IAC 6-1-10.2 (§52.770(c)(57)); for pushing and quenching sources throughout the State (August 27, 1981, 325 IAC 11-3-2 (g) and (h)—§52.770(c)(42)); and for coke oven doors in Lake and Marion Counties (325 IAC 11-3-2(f)—§52.770(c)(42)). Applicability of this regulation to these sources is being disapproved because 325 IAC 5-1 does not meet the enforceability requirements of §51.22 as it applies to these sources. Opacity limits in 325 IAC 6-1-10.2 and certain opacity limits in 325 IAC 11-3 supersede those in 325 IAC 5-1, and USEPA has previously disapproved these superseding regulations (§52.776 (j), (g), and (f), respectively).

[40 FR 50033, Oct. 28, 1975; 41 FR 3475, Jan. 23, 1976, as amended at 48 FR 55860, Dec. 16, 1983; 51 FR 40676, 40677, Nov. 7, 1986; 52 FR 3644, Feb. 5, 1987; 52 FR 23038, June 17, 1987]

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§52.795   Control strategy: Sulfur dioxide.

(a) Revised APC-13 (December 5, 1974 submission) of Indiana's Air Pollution Control regulations (sulfur dioxide emission limitation) is disapproved insofar as the provisions identified below will interfere with the attainment and maintenance of the suffix dioxide ambient air quality standards:

(1) The phrase “equivalent full load” in section 1(b)(2).

(2) The formula “Ep = 17.0 Qm0.67 where Ep = Em × Qm” in section 2(a).

(3) The phrase “Direct fired process operations” in sections 2(a), 3(c), 4(b), and 4(c).

(4) The modification of Qm for non-Indiana coal as expressed in Section 2(a).

(b) The requirements of §51.281 are not met by Warrick and Culley electrical generating stations enforcement orders which would revise the sulfur dioxide emission limitations for these two stations.

(c) The requirements of §51.110(e) are not met by Wayne, Dearborn, Jefferson, Porter, and Warrick Counties.

(d)-(e) [Reserved]

(f) Approval—On March 14, 1996, the State of Indiana submitted a maintenance plan for Lawrence, Washington, and Warren Townships in Marion County and the remainder of the county, and requested that it be redesignated to attainment of the National Ambient Air Quality Standard for sulfur dioxide. The redesignation request and maintenance plan satisfy all applicable requirements of the Clean Air Act.

(g) Approval—On June 17, 1996, the State of Indiana submitted a maintenance plan for LaPorte, Vigo, and Wayne Counties and requested redesignation to attainment for the National Ambient Air Quality Standard for sulphur dioxide for each county in its entirety. The redesignation requests and maintenance plans satisfy all applicable requirements of the Clean Air Act.

(h) Approval—On June 21, 2005, and as supplemented on August 11, 2005, the State of Indiana submitted a request to redesignate the Lake County sulfur dioxide (SO2) nonattainment area to attainment of the NAAQS. In its submittal, the State also requested that EPA approve the maintenance plan for the area into the Indiana SO2 SIP. The redesignation request and maintenance plan satisfy all applicable requirements of the Clean Air Act.

(i) Approval—On March 28, 2013 the State of Indiana submitted a maintenance plan update for the Lake County, Indiana SO2 maintenance area. This plan update demonstrates that Lake County will maintain attainment of the 1971 SO2 NAAQS through 2025. This maintenance plan update satisfies section 175A of the Act.

[41 FR 35677, Aug. 24, 1976, as amended at 42 FR 34519, July 6, 1977; 47 FR 10825, Mar. 12, 1982; 47 FR 39168, Sept. 7, 1982; 49 FR 585, Jan. 5, 1984; 51 FR 40676, 40677, Nov. 7, 1986; 53 FR 1358, Jan. 19, 1988; 54 FR 2118, Jan. 19, 1989; 61 FR 58486, Nov. 15, 1996; 70 FR 56131, Sept. 26, 2005; 78 FR 54176, Sept. 3, 2013]

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§52.796   Industrial continuous emission monitoring.

(a) APC-8, Appendix I 1.2.3, 3.3, and 6.0 are disapproved because they do not meet the requirements of 40 CFR 51.214.

(b)(1) The requirements of 40 CFR 51, Appendix P 3.3 are hereby incorporated and made a part of the applicable implementation plan for the State of Indiana.

(2) APC-8 does not apply to any source scheduled for retirement by October 6, 1980, or within five years after the promulgation of continuous emission monitoring requirements for that source category in 40 CFR part 51, Appendix P 1.1, provided that adequate evidence and guarantees are provided that clearly show that the source will cease operations on or before such date.

[43 FR 26722, June 22, 1978, as amended at 51 FR 40677, Nov. 7, 1986]

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§52.797   Control strategy: Lead.

(a)-(b) [Reserved]

(c) On January 12, 1988, Indiana'a Office of Air Management (OAM), Indiana Department of Environmental Management, agreed to review all relevant hood designs and performance guidance to determine which criteria to use in determining ongoing compliance with the capture efficiency provisions in 326 IAC 15-1 for Quemetco, Inc., and Refined Metals. Because these efficiencies are closely related to equipment design, OAM believes that a review of the process and control equipment designs and operating paramenters should provide the necessary determination of compliance. OAM will work with the Indianapolis local agency, the Indianapolis Air Pollution Control Division, on viable alternatives and will keep USEPA up to date on its progress. OAM anticipates that specific criteria for determining compliance will be incorporated into the sources' operation permits (and forwarded to USEPA for informational purposes), and, should the opportunity arise, 326 IAC 15-1 will be revised to similarly incorporate capture efficiency criteria.

(d) On March 2, 2000, Indiana submitted a maintenance plan for Marion County as part of its request to redesignate the County to attainment of the lead standard.

(e) On April 1, 2009, Indiana submitted an updated maintenance plan under section 175A of the CAA for Marion County for the continued attainment of the 1.5 µg/m3 lead standard.

[53 FR 12905, Apr. 19, 1988, as amended at 53 FR 38722, Oct. 3, 1988; 54 FR 33896, Aug. 17, 1989; 65 FR 29963, May 10, 2000; 74 FR 48662, Sept. 24, 2009]

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§52.798   Small business stationary source technical and environmental compliance assistance program.

The Indiana program submitted on January 14, 1993, as a requested revision to the Indiana State Implementation Plan satisfies the requirements of section 507 of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990.

[58 FR 46544, Sept. 2, 1993]

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§52.799   Transportation conformity.

On June 4, 2010, Indiana submitted the Transportation Conformity Consultation SIP consisting of Metropolitan Planning Organization resolutions and Memorandums of Understanding to address interagency consultation and enforceability of certain transportation related control measures and mitigation measures. EPA is approving the Transportation Conformity SIP from Indiana.

[75 FR 50710, Aug. 17, 2010]

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§52.800   Original identification of plan section.

(a) This section identifies the original “Air Implementation Plan for the State of Indiana” and all revisions submitted by Indiana that were Federally approved prior to December 31, 2009.

(b) The plan was officially submitted on January 31, 1972.

(c) The plan revisions listed below were submitted on the dates specified.

(1) The State Air Pollution Control Board submitted a SO2 control strategy for the City of Indianapolis on March 16, 1972.

(2) The Governor submitted Pub. L. 100, Regulation APC 12-R and 13 through 17 on April 11, 1972.

(3) On May 1, 1972, the Governor's office submitted an errata sheet and revised pages for the State plan.

(4) A request for a nine month extension to achieve secondary SO2 standards in the Indianapolis Region was made by the Governor on May 16, 1972.

(5) The State Air Pollution Control Board submitted additional information on surveillance methodology (non-regulatory) on May 17, 1972.

(6) Regulation APC 4-R was transmitted by the Governor on June 30, 1972.

(7) Assurance that emission data for sources was available for public inspection was given on July 24, 1972, by the Technical Secretary to the Indiana Board.

(8) Clarification of a policy on availability of emission data to the public sent August 17, 1972, by the Technical Secretary to the Indiana Board.

(9) On September 15, 1972, amendments to State control regulations 13, 15 and 16 were submitted to the Governor.

(10) On May 8, 1973, the Governor submitted a new regulation (APC-19) which replaced APC-1.

(11) The Governor submitted a transportation control plan for Marion County on October 19, 1973.

(12) On March 7, 1974, the Technical Secretary of the Air Pollution Control Board, acting for the Governor of Indiana, submitted new regulation APC-20.

(13) On October 3, 1974, the Technical Secretary submitted revised regulations APC-16 covering CO, APC-17 covering NO2 and a new regulation APC-22 covering classification of counties for SO2, oxidants, particulates, NO2 and CO.

(14) On November 8, 1974, the Technical Secretary submitted revised regulation APC-3 covering visible emissions and revised regulation APC-15 covering hydrocarbons.

(15) On December 5, 1974, the Technical Secretary submitted revised regulation APC-13 covering SO2. On July 18, 1975, an updated Technical Support Document on APC-13 was submitted by the Technical Secretary.

(16) On June 14, 1976, the Technical Secretary submitted enforcement orders varying the final sulfur dioxide emission limitations for the Warrick and Culley electrical generating stations in Warrick County.

(17) On March 16, 1977, the Technical Secretary submitted new regulation APC-8, Continuous Emission Monitoring; and revised regulations APC-7, Incinerators; and APC-14, Indiana Ambient Air Quality Standards.

(18) On May 18, 1977, the Technical Secretary submitted revised regulation APC-2, Open Burning.

(19) On June 26, 1979, the Governor submitted a revised sulfur dioxide strategy, including regulation APC 13 with appendix, which was promulgated by the State on June 19, 1979 for all areas of the State. This included the Part D sulfur dioxide regulations for Lake, LaPorte, and Marion Counties. On August 27, 1980 and July 16, 1981 the State committed itself to correct conditionally approved items within their strategy. On October 6, 1980, the State submitted a recodified version of APC 13 which was promulgated by the State on August 27, 1980. This included 325 IAC 7, 325 IAC 1.1-6, 325 IAC 1.1-7-2 and 4, 325 IAC 12-5-1 and 2(a), 325 IAC 12-9-1 and 4, and 325 IAC 12-18-1 and 2. EPA is not taking action on: (i) 325 IAC 7 as it applies to Floyd and Vigo Counties, (ii) the 30-day averaging compliance method contained in 325 IAC 7-1-3, and (iii) the stack height provision for NIPSCO's Mitchell Station in the Lake County SO2 strategy and (4) the stack height provisions for IPALCO's Stout Generating Chemicals Company, and Detroit Diesel Allison's Plant #8 in the Marion County SO2 strategy.

(20) On June 26, 1979, the State of Indiana submitted to EPA revisions to the ozone and carbon monoxide portions (section 3.3.24) of its Marion County State Implementation Plan. On March 11, 1980, the state submitted revisions to the Marion County technical appendix to section 3.3.24. On May 19, 1980, the state submitted ozone and carbon monoxide attainment demonstrations for Marion County (section 1.5). On September 8, 1980 the state submitted its memoranda of understanding. On October 9 and October 15, 1980, the state submitted documentation concerning interagency coordination and the analysis of transportation control measures. On January 7, 1981, the state submitted corrections and clarifications in response to EPA's notice of proposed rulemaking (45 FR 81070).

(21) On June 26, 1979 Indiana submitted a motor vehicle inspection and maintenance program for Clark, Floyd, Lake, and Porter Counties. Additional commitments were submitted on April 7, 1980; June 12, 1980; August 27, 1980; November 13, 1980 and November 24, 1980.

(22) On June 26, 1979, Indiana made submittals pertaining to section 121 Consultation, section 110(a)(2)(K)—Permit Fees, section 126—Interstate Pollution, section 127—Public Notification, section 128—State Boards and section 110(a)(2)(F) (ii) and (iii)—Continuous Emission Monitoring Additional commitments were secured on April 17, 1980, June 25, 1980, August 1, 1980, November 10, 1980, December 9, 1980, and December 31, 1980. A revised version of Indiana's continuous emission monitoring regulation (325 IAC 3) was submitted on October 6, 1980.

(23) On June 26, 1979, the State of Indiana submitted a revision to provide for modification of the existing air quality surveillance network.

(24) On June 26, 1979, the Governor submitted a revised new source review regulation, APC-19. Additional information and commitments were submitted on June 25, 1980 and May 19, 1981. EPA is not taking action on section 7 of APC-19, Prevention of Significant deterioration.

(25) On June 26, 1979 the Governor submitted revised emission limits for Knauf Fiberglass, Shelby County. Additional information was submitted by November 21, 1979. The emission limitations were recodified as 325 IAC 11-4 and 11-4 Appendix A and were resubmitted on October 6, 1980.

(26) On June 26, 1979 the Governor submitted Indiana's definition regulation, APC-1. The definitions were recodified as 325 IAC 1.1-1 and resubmitted on October 6, 1980. On January 21, 1981 Indiana submitted a revised definition for “positive net air quality benefit.” EPA is taking no action on 325 IAC 1.1-1-82, definition of “State Implementation Plan (SIP).”

(27) On October 6, 1980, Indiana submitted Regulation 325 IAC 1.1-2 (formerly APC 14) which includes the primary and secondary ambient air quality standards for ozone and lead.

(28) On February 26, 1981, Indiana submitted a revision to its plan waiving the State's sulfur dioxide air monitoring requirement of section 4(a) of Regulation 325 IAC 7-1 for the area around Public Service of Indiana's Noblesville Generating Station.

(29) On June 26, 1979, May 19, 1980, September 24, 1980, October 9, 1980 and October 15, 1980, Indiana submitted transportation control plans and ozone demonstrations of attainment for Lake, Porter, Clark, Floyd, St. Joseph, Elkhart and Allen Counties. It also submitted a carbon monoxide demonstration of attainment for Lake County. EPA is taking no action on the ozone demonstration of attainment for St. Joseph, Elkhart and Allen Counties.

(30) On April 10, 1981, Indiana submitted revised emission limits for Indiana Farm Bureau Cooperative Association's Beech Grove plant.

(31) On February 11, 1980, Indiana submitted a revised sulfur dioxide strategy for Vigo County. Technical information was submitted on December 10, 1979 and on May 30, 1980. On October 6, 1980, the State submitted a recodified version of the Vigo County Regulations, 325 IAC Article 7, which was promulgated by the State on August 27, 1980. EPA is not taking action on the 30-day averaging compliance method contained in 325 IAC 7-1-3 as it applies to Vigo County.

(32) On November 24, 1981, Indiana submitted site specific emission limitations for Tecumseh Pipe Line Company, Schererville; and Wayne Transportation Division, Richmond.

(33) On February 11, 1980, Indiana submitted APC 15. EPA is taking no action the “bubble” provisions contained in Section 8(a)(2) of revised APC 15.

(34) On June 26, 1979, the Governor of Indiana submitted general TSP RACT emisson limits for nonattainment areas. These regulations were amended and recodified as 325 IAC 6-1 and resubmitted on October 6, 1980. On October 6, 1980, the State submitted a revised TSP regulation for process sources, 325 IAC 6-3; a source specific Dearborn County strategy (amendments were submitted on August 10, 1981), 325 IAC 6-1-8; a source specific Dubois County strategy, 325 IAC 6-1-9; and a source specific Wayne County strategy (amendments were submitted on January 29, 1981), 325 IAC 6-1-14. On February 11, 1980, Indiana submitted a source specific Marion County strategy (amendments were submitted on October 28, 1981), 325 IAC 6-1-12. EPA is deferring rulemaking at this time on the coke battery emission limitations in the Marion County strategy. On January 29, 1981, the State submitted a source specific Vigo County strategy (amendments were submitted on October 28, 1981 and May 7, 1982), 325 IAC 6-1-13; a source specific Howard County strategy, 325 IAC 6-1-15; and a source specific Vanderburgh County strategy (amendments were submitted on October 28, 1981), 325 IAC 6-1-16. EPA is deferring rulemaking at this time on the coke battery emission limitations in the Vigo County strategy and on whether the Howard County strategy currently contains all the elements required by the Clean Air Act. On July 8, 1981, the State submitted a source specific Clark County strategy, 325 IAC 6-1-17, and a source specific St. Joseph County strategy, 325 IAC 6-1-18. On January 29, 1981 and May 7, 1982, the State submitted additional information and commitments.

(35) On October 6, 1980, Indiana submitted its regulations as recodified. Amendments were submitted on January 29, 1981 and March 18, 1981. EPA's approval is directed specifically to the codification numbering system change, not to the substance within each of the codified rules.

(36) [Reserved]

(37) On May 10, 1982, Indiana submitted source specific emission limits contained in operating permits for the Bunge Corporation, Globe Industries, Skyline Corporation, and Dubois County Farm Bureau Co-op Assn., Inc. as revisions to the Indiana SIP.

(38) On April 27, 1982, Indiana submitted source specific TSP emission limits for Huntingburg Wood Products, Jasper Desk Company, Jasper Office Furniture Company, Arist-O-Kraft Company, Mohr Construction Company, Dana Corporation, and Allis Chalmers Corporation. On April 29, 1982, Indiana submitted source specific VOC emission limits for McGee Refining Corporation, Hesco Industries, and Clark Oil and Refining Corporation.

(39) On November 25, 1980, Indiana submitted 325 IAC Article 8, Volatile Organic Compound Regulations. This regulation adds Group II CTG requirements to Indiana's VOC plan and was State promulgated on October 15, 1980. EPA is not taking action on 325 IAC 8-1.1 Section 2(b), Bubble Approach.

(40) On November 24, 1981, Indiana submitted site specific emission limitations for Jeffboat, Inc., Jeffersonville.

(41) On November 23, 1982, Indiana submitted source-specific emission limits for Paul H. Rohe Company, Inc.

(42) On June 26, 1979, Indiana submitted its coke oven battery regulation, APC 9. On October 6, 1980 Indiana resubmitted this regulation recodified as 325 IAC 11-3. On August 27, 1981, Indiana submitted amendments to 325 IAC 11-3. EPA is taking no action on 325 IAC 11-3-2(a), Pre-Carbonization Emissions. It is taking no action on 325 IAC 11-3-2(i), Underfire Particulate and Sulfur Dioxide Emissions, as it applies to Lake County.

(43) On February 26, 1981 and June 22, 1982, Indiana submitted a 9.57 lbs/MMBTU sulfur dioxide emission limit for IMEC's Breed Generating Station in Sullivan County. This limit supersedes that approved at paragraph (c)(19).

(44) On June 28, 1982, Indiana submitted new open burning regulations for Marion County. An amendment was submitted on August 25, 1982.

(45) On March 15, 1983, Indiana submitted a revision to the TSP and SO2 portions of its SIP in the form of operating permits for the Sisters of Providence Convent in St. Mary-of-the-Woods, Indiana.

(46) On November 29, 1982, and December 9, 1982, Indiana submitted amendments to 325 IAC 11-4, Fiber Glass Insulation Manufacturing (Superfine Process) Limitations.

(47) On August 17, 1983, Indiana submitted emission limits of 1.8 lbs/hr and 2.4 tons/yr for the boilers at Jasper Cabinet Co., Dubois County. The 1.8 lbs/hr limit replaces the 7.6 lbs/hr limit approved for this source in subparagraph 34.

(48) [Reserved]

(49) On March 28, 1983, Indiana submitted a 20% 2-hour opacity limit as an “equivalent visible emission limit” (EVEL) for the underfire stack at Bethlehem Steel Corporation's Coke Battery No. 2 in Porter County. This EVEL is approved for as long as the SIP mass emission limit determined from 325 IAC 6-2 (October 6, 1980, submittal) for this source remains in the SIP See (c)(6), (35), and (42).

(50) On December 21, 1983, the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board submitted Indiana Rule 325 IAC 6-2.1, Particulate Emission Limitations for Sources of Indirect Heating. This rule repeals and replaces Indiana Rule 325 IAC 6-2. See §§52.770(c)(4) and (c)(35) and §52.776(i).

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) 325 IAC 6-2.1, revised regulation establishing Particulate Emission Limitations for Sources of Indirect Heating.

(ii) Additional material. (A) December 21, 1983, submittal of Finding of Facts and Recommendations of Hearing Officer R. W. James on 325 IAC 6-2.1.

(B) March 27, 1985, commitment letter from the State concerning the procedures the State will use in processing “bubbles” under 325 IAC 6-2.1-2(B) and 3(b). See §52.776(i).

(51) On February 7, 1983, Indiana submitted revised opacity limits for existing boilers at Olin Corporation, located in Covington, Indiana. These “equivalent visible emission limits” (EVEL) are approved for as long as the SIP mass emission limit determined from 325 IAC 6-2 (October 6, 1980 submittal) for this source remains in the SIP. See §52.770(c) (6) and (35) and §52.776(h)(2).

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) EVELs for Olin Corporation contained in Operating Permits issued by IAPCB, dated October 6, 1981.

(ii) Additional material. (A) September 1, 1983, transmittal by IAPCD's A. Sunderland of Olin's Mass Emission Tests, dated August 26, 1983.

(B) April 5, 1984, letter from IAPCD's E. Stresino transmitting original petition, including Method 9 opacity data.

(52) On February 23, 1984, the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board submitted a revision to Indiana's SO2 SIP waiving the self-monitoring requirement for Public Service Indiana's Edwardsport Generating Station, as set forth in section 4(a) of Rule 325 IAC 7-1. See (c)(19). This revision becomes effective once the Edwardsport Station achieves an annual operating capacity of no greater than 10%.

(53) On October 6, 1980, Indiana submitted revised opacity regulation 325 IAC 5-1. It replaces 1972 APC 3 for process sources, approved at paragraph (b), and SIP 1974 APC 3 for combustion sources, approved in part at subparagraph (c)(14). Indiana does not intend 325 IAC 5-1 to regulate the emission points in Lake County listed in Table 2 of 325 IAC 6-1-110.2 (subparagraph (c)(57)). USEPA is disapproving 325 IAC 5-1 for these sources. Indiana does not intend 325 IAC 5-1 to regulate certain coke battery emission sources listed in 325 IAC 11-3 (subparagraph (c)(42)). USEPA is disapproving 325 IAC 5-1 as it applies to the provisions of 325 IAC 11-3 which USEPA disapproved at (c)(42), i.e., pushing and quenching sources throughout the State and coke oven doors in Lake and Marion Counties. Additionally, Indiana has modified 325 IAC 5-1 as it applies to the stack emission points in Porter County listed at 325 IAC 6-6-4. USEPA disapproved 325 IAC 5-1 as it applies to these Porter County sources on February 5, 1987 (52 FR 3640). For those source categories where USEPA is disapproving 325 IAC 5-1, they remain regulated by the previously approved opacity SIP which consists of SIP 1974 APC 3 for combustion sources and 1972 APC 3 for process sources. Additionally, as long as the Bethlehem Steel Corporation No. 2 Coke Oven Battery Underfire Stack EVEL (subparagraph (c)(49)) remains approved, it replaces 325 IAC 5-1.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) A letter dated October 6, 1980 from the State of Indiana Air Pollution Control Board and 325 IAC 5-1, Visible Emission Limitations, State promulgated on August 26, 1980.

(ii) Additional material. (A) February 12, 1985, letter from the Technical Secretary of the Air Pollution Control Board committing the State to make certain technical changes to 325 IAC 5-1.

(54) On March 28, 1984, Indiana submitted a revised TSP emission limitation for Richmond State Hospital, Wayne County, Indiana. This limitation replaces the one in 325 IAC 6-1-14 which was previously approved at (c)(34).

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) On January 13, 1984, Indiana issued to Richmond State Hospital an amendment to operating permit, 89-04-85-0153, which revised its TSP emission limitations for the four boilers to 0.60 lbs/MMBTU with an annual total limit of 452 tons/yr.

(55) On January 30, 1985, Indiana submitted revised VOC regulations 325 IAC 8-1.1, 8-2, 8-3, 8-4 and 8-5 to satisfy certain conditions of USEPA's approval. Those regulations amended those approved at (c)(33) and (c)(34). In addition, the applicability of the regulations was extended to cover St. Joseph and Elkhart Counties. USEPA is taking no action on changes to 325 IAC 8-1.1-2(f), Methods of Compliance, and the repeal of 325 IAC 8-5-6, Perchloroethylene Dry Cleaning, because these exempt the compound perchloroethylene from control without the State justifying that such exemption is consistent with the Part D reasonably available control technology (RACT) requirements.

Note: If Indiana allows use of a non-USEPA test method in the future, its use must be submitted to USEPA as a SIP revision.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Indiana's Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) RACT I and II regulations, Title 325 Air Pollution Control Board:

(1) 325 IAC 8-1.1, Establishes Volatile Organic Compound Emission Limitations. State promulgated on June 21, 1984, and amended November 7, 1984.

Note: 325 IAC 8-1.1-4 Test methods andprocedures. If Indiana allows use of a non-USEPA test method in the future, its use must be submitted to USEPA as a SIP revision.

(2) 325 IAC 8-2 Surface Coating Emission Limitations. State promulgated on June 21, 1984, and amended November 7, 1984.

(3) 325 IAC 8-3 Solvent Metal Cleaning Operating Requirements. State promulgated on October 15, 1984, and amended November 7, 1984.

(4) 325 IAC 8-4 Petroleum Sources. State promulgated on June 21, 1984, and amended November 7, 1984.

(5) 325 IAC 8-5 Miscellaneous Operations. State promulgated on June 21, 1984, and amended November 7, 1984.

(56) On September 2, 1983, the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board (Board) submitted revised emission limitations for Occidental Chemical Corporation (OCC), located in Clark County, Indiana. Amendments to these operating permits were submitted by the State on December 21, 1983. These emission limits replace those approved for OCC (under its former name, Hooker Chemical) at (c)(34).

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Indiana Air Pollution Control Board Operation Permits:

(1) Control Number 16113, date issued December 27, 1982.

(2) Control Number 16114, date issued December 27, 1982.

(3) Control Number 16115, date issued December 27, 1982.

(ii) Additional material. (A) OCC corrected emissions dated September 13, 1984.

(B) OCC's new modeled data, dated November 6, 1984.

(C) State's modeling for OCC and surrounding area, dated July 2, 1984 and August 7, 1984.

(57) On October 11, 1983, October 24, 1983, and April 16, 1984, Indiana submitted a revised Lake County Total Suspended Particulates (TSP) Plan, including regulations 325 IAC 6-1-10.2 and 6-1-11.1. This plan is disapproved. See §52.776(j).

(58) On November 13, 1984, Indiana submitted 325 IAC 13-2, Motor Vehicle Tampering and Fuel Switching.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Indiana Rule 325 IAC 13-2, promulgated by the State on September 24, 1984.

(59) On March 24, 1986, the State of Indiana submitted a negative declaration for synthetic organic chemical manufacturing industry (SOCMI) source leaks and oxidation, and for natural gas/gasoline processing plants. On April 14, 1986, the State of Indiana submitted a negative declaration for manufacturers of high-density polyethylene, polypropylene, and polystyrene resins, and for large petroleum dry cleaners.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Letter dated March 24, 1986, from Harry D. Williams, Director, Air Pollution Control Division, Indiana State Board of Health. Letter dated April 14, 1986, from Walter J. Kulakowski, Assistant Commissioner for Air Management, Department of Environmental Management.

(60) On January 18, 1984, Indiana submitted as a revision to the TSP SIP certain operating conditions and limits for three coke oven batteries at Citizens Gas and Coke Utility in Marion County. The operating permits included conditions and limits for Batteries E, H and Number One with respect to visible emissions from coke oven doors and pushing operations and allowable content of total dissolved solids in quench makeup water. EPA disapproves the limit on coke oven door visible emissions and total dissolved solids content for quench makeup water on Battery Number One, because the limits are inconsistent with that battery's Part C Prevention of Significant Deterioration requirements and Part D Lowest Achievable Emission Rate requirements. See subparagraphs (c)(34) and (c)(42) for further background on actions concerning coke oven batteries.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Certificates of Operation Numbers 06895, 06896, and 06897 for Citizens Gas and Coke Utility issued by the City of Indianapolis, dated June 30, 1980, with addition of operating conditions and emission limits, dated September 12, 1983, as adopted by the State on January 4, 1984, and transmitted on January 18, 1984.

(ii) Additional information. (A) September 7, 1983, letter from the City of Indianapolis to the State concerning quarterly analysis of coke quenching makeup water.

(61) On October 15, 1984, Indiana submitted a revision to the Porter County total suspended particulate (TSP) plan, including regulation 325 IAC 6-6, which was promulgated by Indiana on November 7, 1984. This plan is disapproved. See §52.776(l).

(62) On March 4, 1985, Indiana submitted a revision to the Marion County carbon monoxide (CO) plan. USEPA approved this plan based on monitoring and modeling data and a commitment to implement a one-way street pair in the Indianapolis central business district. These elements demonstrate attainment of the CO National Ambient Air Quality Standards by December 31, 1987.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Marion County CO plan for attainment and maintenance of the CO NAAQS from Indianapolis Air Pollution Control Division, Sections 1.0, 3.4, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3.1, 4.3.2, 4.4, 5.1, 5.5.4, 6.1, 6.2.1, 6.2.2, 6.3, and 6.4, dated November 12, 1984.

(B) Letter from Indiana forwarding Marion County CO plan to USEPA, dated March 4, 1985.

(ii) Additional material. (A) Portion of additional technical information from Indianapolis Air Pollution Control Division, including Section 1.0, dated August 28, 1985.

(B) Letter from Indiana forwarding additional technical information, dated October 7, 1985.

(63) On January 23, 1986, the State submitted revisions to its Stage I Gasoline Dispensing regulations, which replace those conditionally approved at (c)(33), (c)(35)—Codification only, and (c)(55).

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Letter of January 23, 1986 to EPA from the State of Indiana, and Title 325 Air Pollution Control Board Rule 325 IAC 8-4-6, Gasoline Dispensing Facilities, which was promulgated on January 14, 1986.

(B) Title 325 Air Pollution Control Board Rule 8-1.1-3, Compliance Schedules, subsections (f), (g), and (h), which was promulgated on January 14, 1986.

(64) On January 23, 1986, the State of Indiana submitted to USEPA a revision to the Indiana Lead State Implementation Plan in order to satisfy the requirements of 40 CFR 51.160 through 51.163 and 51.165(b) (formerly 40 CFR 51.18 (a) through (i) and 51.18(k)) for a new source review program, USEPA approved this revision for lead new source review only.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Construction and Operating Permit Requirements, 325 IAC 2-1.1 promulgated on January 8, 1986.

(B) Letter of November 17, 1987, to EPA from the Indiana Department of Environmental Management.

(65) On November 30, 1981, Indiana established its air quality surveillance network for lead. On November 21, 1983, Indiana notified USEPA that Corning Glass was shut down. On February 18, 1987, Indiana submitted its regulation to control lead emissions, 325 IAC 15-1.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) 325 IAC 15-1, Lead Emission Limitations, effective February 27, 1987.

(B) Letter of February 18, from the State of Indiana to EPA.

(ii) Additional material. (A) A November 30, 1981, letter from Harry Williams, Technical Secretary, Indiana Air Pollution Control Board establishing Indiana's air quality surveillance network for lead.

(B) A November 21, 1983, letter from Harry Williams, Technical Secretary, confirming that the Corning Glass facility in Wells County was permanently shut down and had been taken out of the State's emission inventory.

(C) A June 9, 1987, letter from Timothy Method, Acting Assistant Commissioner, submitting a general strategy and additional increments of progress required of Hammond Lead.

(66) On October 21, 1987, the State of Indiana submitted 325 IAC 7-1-3.1, Reporting Requirements and Methods to Determine Compliance, as a revision to its SO2 plan. At paragraph (c)(19) of this section, USEPA approved/conditionally approved Indiana's SO2 plan, 325 IAC 7-1, for most areas of the State. However, the emission limits in this plan were set aside by the Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit because USEPA took no action on the State's 30-day averaging compliance method in 325 IAC 7-1-3. New compliance method 325 IAC 7-1-3.1 replaces former 325 IAC 7-1-3. Therefore, with EPA's approval of 325 IAC 7-1-3.1, USEPA is reinstating its March 12, 1982, approval of Indiana's October 6, 1980, SO2 rule, 325 IAC 7-1-1,7-1-2 (except for any emission limits in the below named counties), 7-1-4, 7-1-5, 7-1-6, and 7-1-7. Other than these general provisions and 325 IAC 7-1-3.1, USEPA is not acting on or approving today Indiana's SO2 plan for Dearborn, Floyd, Gibson, Jefferson, Lake, LaPorte, Marion, Morgan, Porter, Sullivan, Vermillion, Vigo, Warrick, and Wayne Counties. Indiana recodified 325 IAC 7-1-1 through 7-1-7 to 326 IAC 7-1-1 through 7-1-7 and submitted the recodified rules on November 16, 1988.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) 326 IAC 7-1-1 through 326 7-1-7, Sulfur Dioxide Emission Limitations, as published in the April 1, 1988, Indiana Register (IR) at 11 IR 2511.

(67) On February 3, 1988, Indiana submitted its SO2 plan for Jefferson, LaPorte, Marion, Sullivan, and Wayne Counties; on March 23, 1988, it submitted its SO2 plan for Vermillion County; and on August 1, 1988, it submitted its SO submitted the same rules in its plans for Jefferson, LaPorte, Marion, Sullivan, and Wayne Counties, as recodified into Title 326 of the Indiana Administrative Code. These plans consist of the provisions and requirements in 326nIAC 7-1 approved or reinstated for these counties at paragraph (c)(66), any SO2 emission limits in 326 IAC 7-1-2 applicable in these counties (as incorporated by reference at (c)(66)(i)(C)), and the site-specific SO2 emission limits and other requirements in 326 IAC 7-1-13 (Jefferson County), 326 IAC 7-1-12 (LaPorte County), 326 IAC 7-1-9 (Marion County), 326 IAC 7-1-14 (Sullivan County), 326 IAC 7-1-15 (Vermillion County), 326 IAC 7-1-10.1 (Vigo County), and 326 IAC 7-1-11 (Wayne County).

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) 326 IAC 7-1-13, Jefferson County Sulfur Dioxide Emission Limitations, as published in the April 1, 1988, Indiana Register (IR) at 11 IR 2526.

(B) 326 IAC 7-1-12, LaPorte County Sulfur Dioxide Emission Limitations, as published on April 1, 1988, at 11 IR 2526.

(C) 326 IAC 7-1-9, Marion County Sulfur Dioxide Emission Limitations, as published on April 1, 1988, at 11 IR 2518.

(D) 326 IAC 7-1-14, Sullivan County Sulfur Dioxide Emission Limitations, as published on April 1, 1988, at 11 IR 2526.

(E) 326 IAC 7-1-15, Vermillion County Sulfur Dioxide Emission Limitations, as published on March 1, 1988, at 11 IR 1735.

(F) 326 IAC 7-1-10.1, Vigo County Sulfur Dioxide Emission Limitations, as published on August 1, 1988, at 11 IR 3785.

(G) 325 IAC 7-1-11, Wayne County Sulfur Dioxide Emission Limitations, as published on April 1, 1988, at 11 IR 2525.

(68) On December 2, 1983, Indiana submitted its transportation control plans as an element in its ozone strategy for Lake and Porter Counties. Further information was submitted on June 10, 1986.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Chapter 7, Mobile Source Strategies and Reductions, Sections A.1.a, 2, and 3 and Exhibits 7-1 and 7-3 of Indiana's 1982 ozone and carbon monoxide plan, as adopted by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board at its November 2, 1983, metting.

(B) [Reserved]

(ii) Additional material. (A) On June 10, 1986, Indiana submitted a May 23, 1986, letter from the Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission discussing the Lake and Porter Counties' transportation control plans and their implementation.

(B) [Reserved]

(69) On December 2, 1983, Indiana submitted its ozone plan for Lake and Porter Counties, as adopted by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board on November 2, 1983. On March 2, 1984, Indiana submitted as its attainment demonstration for Lake and Porter Counties, Illinois' attainment demonstration for the greater Chicago area. The greater Chicago attainment demonstration, as submitted by Indiana, and Indiana's overall ozone plan for Lake and Porter Counties is disapproved. See §§52.773(i) and 52.777(d). The disapproval does not affect USEPA's approval (or conditional approval) of individual parts of Indiana'a ozone plan, and they remain approved. See §52.770(c) (20), (21), (29), (33), (38), (39), (55), (58), and (59).

(70) On February 3, 1988, and August 23, 1988, Indiana submitted its lead plans for Quemetco, Inc., in Indianapolis; Exide Corporation in Logansport; C and D Power System in Attica; and General Battery Corporation in Frankfort. This included a recodification of its former lead rule, 325 IAC 15-1 (40 CFR 52.770(c)(65)), to 326 IAC 15-1 and revisions to this rule.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Title 326—Air Pollution Control Board—Indiana Administrative Code (326 IAC) 15-1, Lead Emission Limitations, as published in the Indiana Register (IR) on April 1, 1988, at 11 IR 2564.

(B) Corrections of typographical, clerical, or spelling errors to the document printed at 11 IR 2368 (Indiana's recodified air rules, including 326 IAC 15-1), as published on August 1, 1988, at 11 IR 3921.

(71) On March 23, 1988, Indiana submitted its SO2 plan for Morgan County; on July 12, 1988, it submitted its SO2 plan for Floyd County, and on November 16, 1988, it submitted its SO2 plan for Warrick County. On December 6, 1988, it submitted its Warrick County rule as published in the Indiana Register. These plans consist of the provisions and requirements in 326 IAC 7-1 approved or reinstated for these counties at paragraph (c)(66), and SO2 emission limits in 326 IAC 7-1-2 applicable in these counties (as incorporated by reference at paragraph (c)(66)(i)(C) of this section), and the site-specific SO2 emission limits and other requirements in 326 IAC 7-1-16 (Floyd County), 326 IAC 7-1-18 (Morgan County), and 326 IAC 7-1-17 (Warrick County).

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) 326 IAC 7-1-16, Floyd County Sulfur Dioxide Emission Limitations, as published in the March 1, 1988, Indiana Register (IR) at 11 IR 1737.

(B) 326 IAC 7-1-18, Morgan County Sulfur Dioxide Emission Limitations, as published on June 1, 1988, at 11 IR 3018.

(C) 326 IAC 7-1-17, Warrick County Sulfur Dioxide Emission Limitations, as published on December 1, 1988, at 12 IR 553.

(72) On November 16, 1988, Indiana submitted its SO2 plan for Dearborn County; on July 12, 1988, it submitted its SO2 plan for Gibson County; on November 16, 1988, and December 6, 1988, it submitted its SO2 plan for Lake County, and on November 16, 1988, and December 6, 1988, it submitted its SO2 plan for Porter County. These plans consist of the provisions and requirements in 326 IAC 7-1 approved or reinstated for these counties at paragraph (c)(66), any SO2 emission limits in 326 IAC 7-1-2 applicable in these counties (as incorporated by reference at paragraph (c)(66)(i)(C) of this section, and the site-specific SO2 emission limits and other requirements in 326 IAC 7-1-20 (Dearborn County), 326 IAC 7-1-8.1 (Lake County), 326 IAC 7-1-19 (Gibson County), and 326 IAC 7-1-21 (Porter County).

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) 326 IAC 7-1-20, Dearborn County Sulfur Dioxide Emission Limitations, as published in the August 1, 1988, Indiana Register (IR) at 11 IR 3784.

(B) 326 IAC 7-1-19, Gibson County Sulfur Dioxide Emission Limitations, as published on June 1, 1988, at 11 IR 3019.

(C) 326 IAC 7-1-8.1, Lake County Sulfur Dioxide Emission Limitations, as published on November 1, 1988, at 12 IR 262, and corrected on December 1, 1988, at 12 IR 597.

(D) 326 IAC 7-1-21, Porter County Sulfur Dioxide Emission Limitations, as published on November 1, 1988, at 12 IR 259, and corrected on December 1, 1988, at 12 IR 597.

(E) 326 IAC 7-1-1, Applicability, as published on December 1, 1988, at 12 IR 552.

(73) [Reserved]

(74) On July 23, 1987, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management submitted to USEPA a request for a site-specific revision to Indiana's ozone SIP. This revision consists of compliance date extensions until November 7, 1987, for Uniroyal's two fabric coaters and four vinyl printers at its Mishawaka plant, located in St. Joseph County, Indiana.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Air pollution Operation Permits Numbers: U 2 33-15A, U 2 34-23, U 2 33-14C, U 2 34-3C, U 2 33-16, U 2 33-18, Date issued December 1, 1988, and Date Expires December 1, 1990.

(75) [Reserved]

(76) On October 21, 1987, the State submitted 325 IAC 8-1.1-5, Petition for alternative controls, which gives the provisions and requirements for petitioning for reasonably available control technology volatile organic compound plans. On November 16, 1988, the State submitted this rule recodified as 326 IAC 8-1-5, Petition for site-specific reasonably available control technology (RACT) plan.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Title 326 Air Pollution Control Board, Indiana Administration Code (IAC) 8-1-5, Petition for site-specific reasonably available control technology (RACT) plan, as published in the April 1, 1988, Indiana Register, at Volume 11 IR 2530. Filed with the Secretary of State on March 10, 1988.

(77) [Reserved]

(78) On January 18, 1989, and June 23, 1989, Indiana submitted its revised lead plan for the HLP-Lead Plant of Hammond Lead Products, Inc. in Hammond Indiana. Additionally, minor changes were made to Indiana's overall lead rule, 326 IAC 15-1, Lead Emission Limitations.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Title 326—Air Pollution Control Board—Indiana Administrative Code (326 IAC) 15-1, as published in the Indiana Register (IR) on July 1, 1989, at 1850. This rule was effective for State purposes on July 14, 1989.

(79) [Reserved]

(80) On October 15, 1987, the State submitted 325 IAC 8-2-13, Wood Furniture and Cabinet Coating, as a portion of its 1982 ozone plan, which gives provisions and requirements for controlling volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions from sources located in Clark, Floyd, Lake and Porter Counties. On November 16, 1988, the State submitted this rule recodified as 326 IAC 8-2-12, Wood Furniture and Cabinet Coating.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Title 326 Air Pollution Control Board, Indiana Administrative Code (IAC) 8-2-1, Applicability of rule; and 326 IAC 8-2-12, Wood furniture and cabinet coating, as published in the April 1, 1988, “Indiana Register” (IR), at 11 IR 2536 and corrected on March 1, 1989, at 12 IR 1394. Filed with the Secretary of State on March 10, 1988.

(81) On April 11, 1988, the State submitted, as a portion of its 1982 ozone plan, rules to control volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions in Lake and Porter Counties. These rules consist of the provisions and requirements in 326 IAC 14-1, General Provisions; 326 IAC 14-8, Emission Standards for Equipment Leaks; and 326 IAC 14-9, Emission Limitations for Benzene from Furnace Coke Oven By-product Recovery Plants.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Amendments to title 326, Air Pollution Control Board, Indiana Administrative Code (IAC) 14-1 General Provisions; 326 IAC 14-8 Emission Standards for Equipment Leaks; (Fugitive Emission Sources); and 326 IAC 14-9 Emission Limitations for Benzene from Furnace Coke Oven By-Product Recovery Plants, as published in the June 1, 1988, Indiana Register (IR) at 11 IR 3011. Filed with the Secretary of State on April 13, 1988.

(82) [Reserved]

(83) On January 21, 1981, the State submitted its revised Malfunctions Rule 325 IAC 1.1-5. On November 16, 1988, Indiana submitted its recodified regulations. This rule was renumbered 326 IAC 1-6, Malfunctions.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Title 326 of the Indiana Administrative Code (IAC), Rule 326 IAC 1-6: Malfunctions as published in the April 1, 1988, Indiana Register (IR) at 11 IR 2380. Filed with the Secretary of State on March 10, 1988.

(ii) Additional materials. (A) On July 2, 1982, the State submitted clarifications of its intent for 325 IAC 1.1-5.

(84) On October 27, 1989, and January 19, 1990, Indiana submitted its vehicle inspection and maintenance plan for Clark, Floyd, Lake, and Porter Counties.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Title 326, Air Pollution Control Board, of the Indiana Administrative Code (IAC), Rule 13-1, Motor Vehicle Inspection and Maintenance Requirements, Adopted at 13 Indiana Register 500, effective January l, 1990.

(85) On December 2, 1983, Indiana submitted its transportation control plan for Clark and Floyd Counties as one element in its ozone plan for the area. Additional material was submitted on May 14, 1986.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Chapter 7, Mobile Source Strategies and Reductions, sections A.1.b and exhibits 7-2 and 7-4, as adopted by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board at its November 2, 1983, meeting.

(ii) Additional material. (A) On May 14, 1986, Indiana submitted an April 23, 1986, Letter from Jim Thorne, Transportation Director, Kentuckiana Regional Planning and Development Agency, discussing the Clark and Floyd Counties portion of the Louisville, Kentucky transportation control plan.

(86) On February 15, 1990, Indiana submitted an amended rule which updates the applicable edition of the Code of Federal Regulations from the 1987 edition to the 1988 edition.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Title 326, Air Pollution Control Board, Indiana Administrative Code (IAC) 1-1-3, References to the Code of Federal Regulations, as published in the February 1, 1990, Indiana Register (IR), Volume 13 at IR 867. Filed with the Secretary of State on December 14, 1989.

(87) On October 23, 1990, and August 19, 1991, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management submitted regulations adopted by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board as part of title 326 of the Indiana Administrative Code and intended incorporation to the Indiana ozone plan as part of the stationary source control strategy.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) The following volatile organic compound rules adopted by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board as part of title 326 of the Indiana Administrative Code (326 IAC) and intended to partially satisfy the requirements of the Clean Air Act.

(1) Effective October 23, 1988: 326 IAC 8-1-.05 Coating Definition, 326 IAC 8-2-11 Fabric and Vinyl Coating.

(2) Effective February 15, 1990: 326 IAC 1-2-48 Non-Photochemically Reactive Hydrocarbon Defined; 326 IAC 8-2-5 Paper Coating Operations.

(3) Effective May 18, 1990: 326 IAC 1-2-18.5 Cold Cleaner Degreaser Defined; 326 IAC 1-2-21.5 Conveyorized Degreaser Defined; 326 IAC 1-2-29.5 Freeboard Height Defined; 326 IAC 1-2-29.6 Freeboard Ratio Defined; 326 IAC 1-2-49.5 Open Top Vapor Degreaser Defined; 326 IAC 8-2-9 Miscellaneous Metal Coating Operations; 326 IAC 8-3-1 Organic Solvent Degreasing Operations; 326 IAC 8-5-3 Synthesized Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Operations; 326 IAC 8-5-5 Graphic Arts Operations.

(4) Effective June 8, 1990: 326 IAC 8-1-2 Compliance Methods; 326 IAC 1-2-90 Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) Definition; 326 IAC 8-1-4 Testing Procedures.

(5) Effective June 5, 1991: 326 IAC 1-2-14 Coating Line Definition; 326 IAC 8-1-1 Applicability of Rule; 326 IAC 8-1-2 Compliance Methods; 326 IAC 8-1-4 Testing Procedures; 326 IAC 8-2-1 Applicability; 326 IAC 8-3-5 Cold Cleaner Degreaser Operation and Control; 326 IAC 8-3-6 Open Top Vapor Degreaser Operation and Control Requirements; 326 IAC 8-3-7 Conveyorized Degreaser Operation and Control; 326 IAC 8-4-8 Leaks from Petroleum Refineries, Monitoring, Reports; 326 IAC 8-5-5 Graphic Arts Operations.

(88) On February 15, 1990, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management submitted a request to revise the Indiana State Implementation Plan by adding a site specific particulate matter revision for Navistar International Transportation Corporation (Navistar) gray iron foundry and engine plant in Indianapolis, Indiana.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Title 326 Air Pollution Control Board, Indiana Administrative Code (IAC) 6-1-12 as amended, effective January 13, 1990.

(89) On July 22, 1991, as supplemented on April 18, 1994, the State submitted regulations adopted by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board as part of Title 326 of the Indiana Administrative Code for incorporation into the Indiana sulfur dioxide State Implementation Plan.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) 326 Indiana Administrative Code 7-4-12.1: Gibson County sulfur dioxide emission limitations; effective December 5, 1990. Published in the Indiana Register, Volume 14, Number 3, December 1, 1990.

(90) On March 3, 1989, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management submitted a request to revise the Indiana State Implementation Plan (SIP) by adding an emission trade or bubble for Joseph E. Seagram and Sons which is located in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. This requested SIP revision repeals rule 326 Indiana Administrative Code (IAC) 6-1-8, adds a new Section, 326 IAC 6-1-8.1, and amends 326 IAC 6-1-7 to include a reference for the new Section and a recodification of the applicable rule.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Title 326 IAC 6-1-7 as published in the Indiana Register Volume 12, Number 6, March 1, 1989, effective April 9, 1989.

(B) Title 326, IAC 6-1-8.1, repeal of 326 IAC 6-1-8 as published in the Indiana Register, Volume 12, Number 6, March 1, 1989, effective March 1, 1989.

(91) [Reserved]

(92) On February 25, 1994, Indiana submitted an employee commute option rule intended to satisfy the requirements of section 182(d)(1)(B) of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Title 326 of the Indiana Administrative Code, Article 19 MOBILE SOURCE RULES, Rule 1, Employee Commute Options. Filed with the Secretary of State, October 28, 1993, effective November 29, 1993. Published at Indiana Register, Volume 17, Number 3, December 1, 1993.

(93) On February 25, 1994, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management requested a revision to the Indiana State Implementation Plan in the form of Stage II Vapor Recovery Rules as amendments to Title 326 of the Indiana Administrative Code (326 IAC) 8-1-0.5 and 8-4-6.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) 326 IAC 8-1-0.5 Definitions and 8-4-6 Gasoline dispensing facilities. Filed with the Secretary of State October 28, 1993, effective November 29, 1993. Published at Indiana Register, Volume 17, Number 3, December 1, 1993.

(94) On February 25, 1994, Indiana requested a revision to the State Implementation Plan (SIP) in the form of amendments to Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board of the Indiana Administrative Code (326 IAC) 2-1-1 and 2-1-3 which were intended to satisfy the additional new source review requirements of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990. The USEPA, at this time, is also approving the incorporation of permitting rules Recodified as Article 2. Permit Review Rules of 326 IAC into the SIP to replace APC 19 which was incorporated into the Indiana SIP at 40 CFR 52.770 (c)(24).

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Amendments to Title 326 IAC 2-1-1, 2-1-2, 2-1-3, 2-3-1, 2-3-2, 2-3-3, and 2-3-5. Filed with the Secretary of State November 12, 1993, effective December 13, 1993.

(B) Amendments to Title 326 IAC 2-1-4, 2-1-5, 2-1-6, 2-1-7, 2-1-9, 2-1-10, 2-1-11, 2-1-12, 2-1-13, 2-3-4. Filed with the Secretary of State March 10, 1988, effective April 9, 1988.

(95) On May 22, 1994, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management submitted a request to revise the Indiana State Implementation Plan by adding a lead plan for Marion County which consists of a source specific revision to Title 326 of the Indiana Administrative Code (326 IAC) for Refined Metals.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Amendments to 326 IAC 15-1-2 Source-specific provisions. Filed with the Secretary of State March 25, 1994. Effective April 24, 1994. Published at Indiana Register, Volume 17, Number 8, May 1, 1994.

(96) On August 3, 1994 and February 6, 1995, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management submitted a requested SIP revision to the ozone plan for ozone nonattainment areas.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Indiana Administrative Code, Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 1: General Provisions, Rule 2: Definitions, Section 22.5 “Department” definition, Section 28.5 “Federally enforceable” definition, and Section 64.1 “Reasonably available control technology” or “RACT” definition. Added at 18 Indiana Register 1223-4, effective January 21, 1995.

(B) Indiana Administrative Code, Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 8: Volatile Organic Compound Rules, Rule 7: Specific VOC Reduction Requirements for Lake, Porter, Clark, and Floyd Counties. Added at 18 Indiana Register 1224-9, effective January 21, 1995.

(97) On October 25, 1994, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management requested a revision to the Indiana State Implementation Plan in the form of revisions to State Operating Permit Rules intended to satisfy Federal requirements for issuing federally enforceable State operating permits (FESOP) and thereby exempt certain small emission sources from review under the State's title V operating permit program. This FESOP rule is also approved for the purpose of providing federally enforceable emissions limits on hazardous air pollutants listed under section 112(b) of the Clean Air Act. This revision took the form of an amendment to Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board of the Indiana Administrative Code (326 IAC) 2-8 Federally Enforceable State Operating Permit Program.

(i) Incorporation by reference. 326 IAC 2-8 Federally Enforceable State Operating Permit Program. Sections 1 through 17. Filed with the Secretary of State May 25, 1994. Effective June 24, 1994. Published at Indiana Register, Volume 17, Number 10, July 1, 1994.

(98) On October 25, 1994, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management requested a revision to the Indiana State Implementation Plan in the form of revisions to State Operating Permit Rules intended to allow State permitting authorities the option of integrating requirements determined during preconstruction permit review with those required under title V. The State's Enhanced New Source Review provisions are codified at Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board (326 IAC) 2-1-3.2 Enhanced New Source Review.

(i) Incorporation by reference. 326 IAC 2-1-3.2 Enhanced new source review. Filed with the Secretary of State May 25, 1994. Effective June 24, 1994. Published at Indiana Register, Volume 17, Number 10, July 1, 1994.

(99) On June 16, 1993, December 9, 1993, September 8, 1994, and November 17, 1994, Indiana submitted a part D particulate matter (PM) nonattainment area plan for the Lake County moderate nonattainment area.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 1: General Provisions, Rule 2: Definitions, Section 32.1: “Gooseneck cap” definition, Section 34.1: “Jumper pipe” definition, Section 62.1: “Quench car” definition, Section 63.1: “Quench reservoir” definition, and Section 63.2: “Quench tower” definition. Added at 16 Indiana Register 2363, effective June 11, 1993.

(B) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 5: Opacity Regulations, Rule 1: Opacity Limitations, Section 1: Applicability of rule, Section 2: Visible emissions limitations, Section 3: Temporary exemptions, Section 4: Compliance determination, Section 5: Violations, and Section 7: State implementation plan revisions. Amended at 16 Indiana Register 2363, effective June 11, 1993.

(C) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6: Particulate Rules, Rule 1: Nonattainment Area Limitations, Opacity Limitations, Section 10.1: Lake County PM10 emissions requirements (subsections a through k), Section 10.2: Lake County PM10 coke battery emissions requirements, and Section 11.1: Lake County fugitive particulate matter control requirements. Added at 16 Indiana Register 2363, effective June 11, 1993.

(D) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 11: Emissions Limitations for Specific Types of Operations, Rule 3: Coke Oven Batteries, Section 2: Emissions limitations (subsections a through f, and i), and Section 4: Compliance determination. Amended at 16 Indiana Register 2363, effective June 11, 1993.

(100) On August 25, 1995, Indiana submitted a regulation which bans residential open burning in Clark, Floyd, Lake, and Porter Counties in Indiana. The regulation allows residential open burning, with certain restrictions, in other parts of the State, and describes other types of open burning which are allowed in Indiana.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 4: Burning Regulations, Rule 1: Open Burning, Section 3: Exemptions. Added at 18 In. Reg. 2408 Effective June 23, 1995.

(101) On August 25, 1995, Indiana submitted a regulation which reduced the maximum allowable volatility for gasoline sold in Clark and Floyd Counties to 7.8 psi during the summer control period. The summer control period is June 1, to September 15, for retail outlets and wholesale customers, and May 1, to September 15, for all others.

(i) Incorporation by reference. 326 Indiana Administrative Code 13-3 Control of Gasoline Reid Vapor Pressure. Sections 1 through 7. Finally adopted by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board January 11, 1995. Signed by the Secretary of State July 6, 1995. Effective August 5, 1995. Published at Indiana Register, Volume 18, Number 11, August 1, 1995.

(102) On June 6, 1995, and on September 28, 1995 the Indiana Department of Environmental Management submitted State Implementation Plan (SIP) revisions establishing an enhanced inspection and maintenance (I/M) program in accordance with the requirements of the Clean Air Act as amended in 1990. The new enhanced I/M program replaces the basic I/M programs in operation in Lake, Porter, Clark, and Floyd Counties. The Air Pollution Control Board adopted new rule 326 IAC 13-1.1 and repealed existing 326 IAC 13-1, thereby putting in place a revised I/M program.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) 326 Indiana Administrative Code 13-1.1 adopted April 5, 1995, effective October 1, 1995.

(ii) Other material. (A) June 6, 1995 letter and enclosures from the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) Commissioner to the Regional Administrator of the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) submitting Indiana's revision to the ozone State Implementation Plan (SIP).

(B) September 28, 1995 letter and enclosures from the IDEM Assistant Commissioner to the Regional Administrator of USEPA submitting supplemental vehicle inspection and maintenance SIP revision information and documentation.

(103) On August 25, 1995, the State submitted regulations adopted by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board as part of title 326 of the Indiana Administrative Code for incorporation into the Indiana sulfur dioxide State Implementation Plan.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) 326 Indiana Administrative Code 7-4-13(3); Dearborn County sulfur dioxide emission limitations; effective May 18, 1995. Published in the Indiana Register, Volume 18, Number 9, June 1, 1995.

(104) On December 20, 1995, and February 14, 1996, Indiana submitted a Clean-Fuel Fleet Program for Lake and Porter Counties as a revision to the State Implementation Plan.

(i) Incorporation by reference. 326 Indiana Administrative Code 19-3 Clean Fuel Fleet Vehicles, Sections 1 through 7. Adopted by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board October 4, 1995. Signed by the Secretary of State December 19, 1995. Effective January 18, 1996. Published at Indiana Register, Volume 19, Number 5, February 1, 1996.

(105) On October 25, 1994, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management submitted a requested revision to the Indiana State Implementation Plan in the form of Source Specific Operating Agreement (SSOA) regulations. The SSOA regulations are intended to limit the potential to emit for a source to below the threshold level of Title V of the Clean Air Act. This revision took the form of an amendment to title 326: Air Pollution Control Board of the Indiana Administrative Code (326 IAC) 2-9-1, 2-9-2(a), 2-9-2(b), and 2-9-2(e) Source Specific Operating Agreement Program.

(i) Incorporation by reference. 326 Indiana Administrative Code 2-9. Sections 1, 2(a), 2(b), and 2(e). Adopted by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board March 10, 1994. Signed by the Secretary of State May 25, 1994. Effective June 24, 1994. Published at Indiana Register, Volume 17, Number 10, July 1, 1994.

(106) On September 19, 1995, and November 8, 1995, Indiana submitted automobile and mobile equipment refinishing rules for Clark, Floyd, Lake, and Porter Counties as a revision to the State Implementation Plan. This rule requires suppliers and refinishers to meet volatile organic compound content limits or equivalent control measures for coatings used in automobile and mobile equipment refinishing operations in the four counties, as well as establishing certain coating applicator and equipment cleaning requirements.

(i) Incorporation by reference. 326 Indiana Administrative Code 8-10: Automobile refinishing, Section 1: Applicability, Section 2: Definitions, Section 3: Requirements, Section 4: Means to limit volatile organic compound emissions, Section 5: Work practice standards, Section 6: Compliance procedures, Section 7: Test procedures, Section 8: Control system operation, maintenance, and monitoring, and Section 9: Record keeping and reporting. Adopted by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board June 7, 1995. Filed with the Secretary of State October 3, 1995. Published at Indiana Register, Volume 19, Number 2, November 1, 1995. Effective November 2, 1995.

(107) On August 8, 1995, Indiana submitted a site specific SIP revision request for Richmond Power and Light in Wayne County Indiana. The submitted revisions provide for revised particulate matter and opacity limitations on the number 1 and number 2 coal fired boilers at Richmond Power and Light's Whitewater Generating Station. The revisions also allow for time weighted averaging of stack test results at Richmond Power and Light to account for soot blowing. Indiana is making revisions to 326 IAC 3-2-1, which currently allows Indiana to authorize alternative emission test methods for Richmond Power and Light. Until the rule is revised to remove this authority, and approved by the United States Environmental Protection Agency, no alternate emission test method, changes in test procedures or alternate operating load levels during testing is to be granted to Richmond Power and Light.

(i) Incorporation by reference. Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 3: Monitoring Requirements, Rule 2.1: Source Sampling Procedures, Section 5: Specific Testing Procedures; Particulate Matter; Sulfur Dioxide; Nitrogen Oxides; Volatile Organic Compounds; Article 5: Opacity Regulations, Rule 1: Opacity Limitations, Section 2: Visible Emission Limitations; and Article 6: Particulate Rules, Rule 1: Nonattainment Area Limitations, Section 14: Wayne County. Added at 18 In. Reg. 2725. Effective July 15, 1995.

(ii) Additional information. (A) August 8, 1995 letter from the Indiana Department of Environmental Management to USEPA Region 5 regarding submittal of a state implementation plan revision for Richmond Power and Light.

(108) On August 29, 1995, Indiana submitted a site specific SIP revision request for Allison Engine Company in Marion County, Indiana. The revision provides limits of 0 tons per year for boilers 2 and 11, which have shut down. The hourly mass limits remain unchanged at 0.337 pounds per million British Thermal Units (lbs/MMBTU) for boilers 1-4 of plant 5, 0.15 lbs/MMBTU for boilers 3-6 of plant 8, and 0.15 lbs/MMBTU for boilers 7-10 of plant 8. The rule provides for a combined limit of 130.0 tons per year for the boilers mentioned above, as well as new limits on the types and amounts of fuel which may be burned at the boilers, and a recordkeeping requirement to document compliance.

(i) Incorporation by reference. Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6: Particulate Rules, Rule 1: Nonattainment Area Limitations, Section 12: Marion County. Added at 19 In. Reg. 186. Effective November 3, 1995.

(109) On October 25, 1994, and April 29, 1997, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management requested a revision to the Indiana State Implementation Plan in the form of revisions to the General Provisions and Permit Review Rules intended to update and add regulations which have been effected by recent SIP revisions, and to change regulations for streamlining purposes. This revision took the form of an amendment to Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board of the Indiana Administrative Code (326 IAC) 1-1 Provisions Applicable Throughout Title 326, 1-2 Definitions, 1-6 Malfunctions, 2-1 Construction and Operating Permit Requirements.

(i) Incorporation by reference. 326 IAC 1-1-2 and 1-1-3. 326 IAC 1-2-2, 1-2-4, 1-2-12, 1-2-33.1, and 1-2-33.2. 326 IAC 1-6-1. 326 IAC 2-1-1, 2-1-3, and 2-1-10. Adopted by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board March 10, 1994. Filed with the Secretary of State May 25, 1994. Effective June 24, 1994. Published at Indiana Register, Volume 17, Number 10, July 1, 1994.

(110) On November 21, 1995, and February 14, 1996, Indiana submitted Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) Landfill rules for Clark, Floyd, Lake, and Porter Counties as a revision to the State Implementation Plan. This rule requires MSW landfills that emit greater than fifty-five tons per day of non-methane organic compound, or that have a minimum design capacity of one hundred eleven thousand tons (one hundred thousand megagrams) of solid waste, to install a landfill gas collection and control system that either incinerates the gas or recovers the gas for energy use.

(i) Incorporation by reference. 326 Indiana Administrative Code 8-8 Municipal Solid Waste Landfills, Section 1 Applicability, Section 2 Definitions, Section 3 Requirements; incorporation by reference of federal standards, Section 4 Compliance deadlines. Adopted by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board July 12, 1995. Filed with the Secretary of State December 19, 1995. Published at Indiana Register, Volume 19, Number 5, February 1, 1996. Effective January 18, 1996.

(111) On November 21, 1995, and February 14, 1996, Indiana submitted a rule for the control of volatile organic compound emissions from volatile organic liquid storage operations in Clark, Floyd, Lake, and Porter Counties.

(i) Incorporation by reference. 326 Indiana Administrative Code 8-9: Volatile Organic Liquid Storage Vessels, Section 1: Applicability, Section 2: Exemptions, Section 3: Definitions, Section 4: Standards, Section 5: Testing and procedures, Section 6: Record keeping and reporting requirements. Adopted by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board May 3, 1995. Filed with the Secretary of State December 19, 1995. Published at Indiana Register, Volume 19, Number 5, February 1, 1996. Effective January 18, 1996.

(112) [Reserved]

(113) On February 13, 1996, and June 27, 1996, Indiana submitted rules for the control of volatile organic compound emissions from shipbuilding and ship repair operations in Clark, Floyd, Lake, and Porter Counties as a revision to the State Implementation Plan.

(i) Incorporation by reference. 326 Indiana Administrative Code 8-12: Shipbuilding or Ship Repair operations in Clark, Floyd, Lake, and Porter Counties, Section 1: Applicability, Section 2: Exemptions, Section 3: Definitions, Section 4: Volatile organic compound emissions limiting requirements, Section 5: Compliance requirements, Section 6: Test methods and procedures, and Section 7: Record keeping, notification, and reporting requirements. Adopted by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board September 6, 1995. Filed with the Secretary of State April 1, 1996. Published at Indiana Register, Volume 19, Number 8, May 1, 1996. Effective May 1, 1996.

(114) On November 21, 1995, and February 14, 1996, Indiana submitted regulations for wood furniture coating operations in Clark, Floyd, Lake, and Porter Counties as a revision to the State Implementation Plan for ozone.

(i) Incorporation by reference. 326 Indiana Administrative Code 8-11 Wood Furniture Coatings, Section 1 Applicability, Section 2 Definitions, Section 3 Emission limits, Section 4 Work practice standards, Section 5 Continuous compliance plan, Section 6 Compliance procedures and monitoring requirements, Section 7 Test procedures, Section 8 Recordkeeping requirements, Section 9 Reporting requirements, Section 10 Provisions for sources electing to use emission averaging. Adopted by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board May 3, 1995. Filed with the Secretary of State December 5, 1996. Published at Indiana Register, Volume 19, Number 5, February 1, 1996. Effective January 4, 1996.

(115) [Reserved]

(116) On September 20, 1996 the Indiana Department of Environmental Management submitted a request to revise the Indiana State Implementation Plan by adding parachlorobenzotrifluoride (PCBTF), cyclic, branched or linear completely methylated siloxanes and acetone to the definition of “nonphotochemically reactive hydrocarbon,” and by deleting “vegetable oil” from a list of compounds not considered to be volatile organic compounds (VOC) from the definition of VOC (thus including “vegetable oil” as a “VOC”).

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) 326 IAC 1-2-48 “nonphotochemically reactive hydrocarbon”. Sections 48(a)(22) “parachlorobenzotrifluoride” and (23) “cyclic, branched, or linear completely methylated siloxanes.” 326 IAC 1-2-90 “volatile organic compound (VOC)” definition. Section 90. Published in Indiana Register, Volume 19, Number 1, October 1, 1995, page 29. Filed with the Secretary of State September 5, 1995, effective October 5, 1995.

(B) 326 IAC 1-2-48 “nonphotochemically reactive hydrocarbon.” Section 48(a)(24) “acetone” (CAS Number 67-64-1). Published in Indiana Register, Volume 19, Number 10, July 1, 1996, page 2856. Filed with the Secretary of State, May 13, 1996, effective June 12, 1996.

(117) [Reserved]

(118) On July 12, 1995, Indiana submitted as a revision to the State Implementation Plan construction permits CP 019-2110, CP 019-2696, and CP 019-4362, issued under Indiana rule 326 IAC 2-1. The permits establish volatile organic compound control requirements for Rhodes Incorporated's heatset web offset printing presses.

(i) Incorporation by reference. Construction Permit CP 019-2110, issued and effective October 15, 1991; Construction Permit CP 019-2696, issued and effective December 18, 1992; Construction permit CP 019-4362, issued and effective April 21, 1995.

(119) Approval—On October 2, 1996, the State of Indiana submitted a State Implementation Plan revision request to eliminate references to total suspended particulates (TSP) while maintaining the existing opacity requirements. The SIP revision became effective July 19, 1996. The SIP revision request satisfies all applicable requirements of the Clean Air Act.

(i) Incorporation by reference. 326 Indiana Administrative Code 5-1: Opacity Limitations, Section 1: Applicability of Rule, Section 2: Visible emission limitations. Adopted by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board April 3, 1996. Filed with the Secretary of State June 19, 1996. Published at the Indiana Register, Volume 19, Number 11, August 1, 1996 (19 IR 3049). Effective July 19, 1996.

(120) On August 26, 1996, Indiana submitted a rule requiring an oxides of nitrogen (NOX) reasonably available control technology (RACT) rule for the Clark and Floyd Counties moderate ozone nonattainment area as a revision to the State Implementation Plan.

(i) Incorporation by reference. 326 Indiana Administrative Code 10: Nitrogen Oxides Rules. Rule 1: Nitrogen Oxides Control in Clark and Floyd Counties. Section 1: Applicability, Section 2: Definitions, Section 3: Requirements, Section 4: Emission limits, Section 5: Compliance procedures, Section 6: Emissions monitoring, and Section 7: Certification, record keeping, and reports. Adopted by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board February 7, 1996. Filed with the Secretary of State May 13, 1996. Published at Indiana Register, Volume 19, Number 10, July 1, 1996. Effective June 12, 1996.

(121) On January 23, 1997, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management submitted a revision to the State Implementation Plan (SIP) for the general conformity rules. The general conformity SIP revision enables the State of Indiana to implement and enforce the Federal general conformity requirements in the nonattainment and maintenance areas at the State and local level in accordance with 40 CFR part 51, subpart W—Determining Conformity of General Federal Actions to State or Federal Implementation Plans.

(i) Incorporation by reference. 326 Indiana Administrative Code 16-3: General Conformity, Section 1: Applicability; incorporation by reference of Federal standards. Adopted by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board April 3, 1996. Filed with the Secretary of State June 6, 1996. Published at the Indiana Register, Volume 19, Number 11, August 1, 1996 (19 IR 3050). Effective July 6, 1996.

(122) On July 24, 1997, Indiana submitted rules requiring record keeping and reporting requirements for graphic arts sources of volatile organic compounds and amended source applicability requirements for graphic arts sources located in Lake and Porter Counties as a revision to the State Implementation Plan.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) 326 IAC 8-1-9 General record keeping and reporting requirements. 326 IAC 8-1-10 Compliance certification, record keeping, and reporting requirements for certain coating facilities using compliant coatings. 326 IAC 8-1-11 Compliance certification, record keeping, and reporting requirements for certain coating facilities using daily weighted averaging. 326 IAC 8-1-12 Compliance certification, record keeping, and reporting requirements for certain coating facilities using control devices. Adopted by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board November 6, 1996. Filed with the Secretary of State April 22, 1997. Published at Indiana Register, Volume 20, Number 9, June 1, 1997. Effective May 22, 1997.

(B) 326 IAC 8-5-5 Graphic arts operations. Adopted by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board November 6, 1996. Filed with the Secretary of State April 22, 1997. Published at Indiana Register, Volume 20, Number 9, June 1, 1997. Effective May 22, 1997.

(123) On July 9, 1997, Indiana submitted a site specific SIP revision request for the University of Notre Dame in Saint Joseph County, Indiana. The submitted revision amends 326 IAC 6-1-18, and provides for revised particulate matter and heat input limitations on the five boilers at Notre Dame's power plant.

(i) Incorporation by reference. Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6: Particulate Rules, Rule 1: Nonattainment Area Limitations, Section 18: St. Joseph County. Added at 20 In. Reg. 2299. Effective May 22, 1997.

(124) On February 3, 1999, and May 17, 2000, Indiana submitted revised particulate matter emissions regulations for Allison Transmission in Marion County, Indiana. The submittal amends 326 IAC 6-1-12, and includes the combination of annual emissions limits for 5 boilers into one overall limit as well as new recordkeeping requirements.

(i) Incorporation by reference. Emissions limits and recordkeeping requirements for Allison Transmission in Marion County contained in Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6: Particulate Rules, Rule 1: Nonattainment Area Limitations, Section 12: Marion County. Added at 22 In. Reg. 416. Effective October 16, 1998.

(125) On April 6, 1999, Indiana submitted amended rules for the control of volatile organic compound emissions from vehicle refueling in Clark, Floyd, Lake, and Porter Counties as a revision to the State Implementation Plan.

(i) Incorporation by reference. 326   Indiana Administrative Code 8-1: General Provisions, Section 0.5: Definitions and 326 Indiana Administrative Code 8-4: Petroleum Sources, Section 6: Gasoline Dispensing Facilities. Adopted by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board May 3, 1995. Filed with the Secretary of State September 18, 1995. Published at Indiana Register, Volume 19, Number 2, November 1, 1995. Effective October 18, 1995.

(126) On August 18, 1999, Indiana submitted amendments to the State's automobile refinishing rule for Lake, Porter, Clark, and Floyd Counties.

(i) Incorporation by reference. 326 Indiana Administrative Code 8-10: Automobile Refinishing, Section 1: Applicability, Section 5: Work practice standards, Section 6: Compliance procedures, Section 9: Recordkeeping and reporting. Adopted by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board February 4, 1998. Filed with the Secretary of State July 14, 1998. Published at Indiana Register, Volume 21, Number 12, page 4518, September 1, 1998. Effective August 13, 1998.

(127) On August 18, 1999, Indiana submitted rules for controlling Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) emissions in Vanderburgh County. The rules contain control requirements for Stage I gasoline vapor recovery equipment, and a requirement for automobile refinishers to use special coating application equipment (automobile refinishing spray guns) to reduce VOC.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) 326 Indiana Administrative Code 8-4: Petroleum Sources, Section 1: Applicability, Subsection (c). Adopted by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board November 4, 1998. Filed with the Secretary of State April 23, 1999. Published at Indiana Register, Volume 22, Number 9, June 1, 1999. Effective May 23, 1999.

(B) 326 Indiana Administrative Code 8-10: Automobile Refinishing, Section 1: Applicability, Section 3: Requirements. Adopted by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board November 4, 1998. Filed with the Secretary of State April 23, 1999. Published at Indiana Register, Volume 22, Number 9, June 1, 1999. Effective May 23, 1999.

(128) [Reserved]

(129) On May 18, 1999, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management submitted revised site-specific lead emission limits for Hammond Group—Halstab Division located in Hammond (Lake County), Indiana. The revised emission limits are expressed as pounds-per-hour limits ranging from 0.04 to 0.07 applicable to sixteen separate emissions points. The revised emission limits will result in the reduction of total allowable lead emissions from 31,546 pounds per year as provided for in the current federally-approved State Implementation Plan to 6,832.8 pounds per year.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Indiana Administrative Code 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 15 Lead, Rule 1 Lead Emissions Limitations, Section 2—Source Specific Provisions, subsection (a), subdivision 7, clauses (A) through (G). Amended at 22 Indiana Register 1427, effective February 5, 1999.

(130) On February 3, 1999, Indiana submitted a site specific SIP revision request for the Central Soya Company, Incorporated, Marion County, Indiana. The submitted revision amends 326 IAC 6-1-12(a), and provides for revised particulate matter emission totals for a number of source operations at the plant. The revision reflects the closure of nine operations and the addition of five new ones, resulting in a net reduction in particulate matter emissions.

(i) Incorporation by reference. The entry for Central Soya Company, Incorporated contained in Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6: Particulate Rules, Rule 1: Nonattainment Area Limitations, Section 12: Marion County. Subsection (a) amended at 22, Indiana Register 416, effective October 16, 1998.

(131) On April 6, 1999, Indiana submitted rules for the control of volatile organic compound emissions from steel mill sinter plant operations in Lake and Porter Counties as a revision to the State Implementation Plan.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

326 Indiana Administrative Code 8-13: Sinter Plants. Adopted by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board March 4, 1998. Filed with the Secretary of State June 24, 1998. Published at Indiana Register, Volume 21, Number 11, August 1, 1998. Effective July 24, 1998.

(132) On February 3, 1999, Indiana submitted revised particulate matter emissions regulations for Dubois County, Indiana. The submitted revision amends 326 IAC 6-1-9, and includes relaxation of some PM limits, the elimination of limits for boilers which are no longer operating, updated facility names, and changes to boiler fuel types.

(i) Incorporation by reference. Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6: Particulate Rules, Rule 1: Nonattainment Area Limitations, Section 9: Dubois County. Added at 22 In. Reg. 423. Effective October 18, 1998.

(133) On November 22, 1999, Indiana submitted revised particulate matter emissions regulations for Indianapolis Power and Light Company in Marion County, Indiana. The submittal amends 326 IAC 6-1-12, and includes relaxation of some PM limits, tightening of other limits, and the elimination of limits for several boilers which are no longer operating. The revisions also include the combination of annual emissions limits for several boilers, and correction of a typographical error in one limit.

(i) Incorporation by reference. Emissions limits for Indianapolis Power and Light in Marion County contained in Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6: Particulate Rules, Rule 1: Nonattainment Area Limitations, Section 12: Marion County, subsection (a). Added at 22 In. Reg. 2857. Effective May 27, 1999.

(134) On February 3, 1999, the State of Indiana submitted a revision to particulate matter limitations for the Lever Brothers facility in Lake County. On December 28, 1999, Indiana submitted revisions to particulate matter and sulfur dioxide limitations for NIPSCo's Dean Mitchell Station.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Title 326 of the Indiana Administrative Code (326 IAC) 6-1-10.1 (d)(28) and (d)(33), filed with the Secretary of State on May 13, 1999, effective June 12, 1999. Published at Indiana Register Volume 22, Number 10, July 1, 1999 (22 IR 3047).

(B) Title 326 of the Indiana Administrative Code (326 IAC) 7-4-1.1 (c)(17), filed with the Secretary of State on May 13, 1999, effective June 12, 1999. Published at Indiana Register Volume 22, Number 10, July 1, 1999 (22 IR 3070).

(135) On January 1, 2000, Indiana submitted revised opacity limits for three processes at ALCOA Warrick Operations. The revised limits allow higher opacity emissions during fluxing operations at three casting complexes. This action does not change mass emissions limits for these sources.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Modifications to Operating Permits OP 87-07-91-0112 thru 0116: Permit I.D. 173-10913, Issued on October 1, 1999, to ALCOA, Inc.—Warrick Operations. Effective October 1, 1999.

(B) Modifications to Operating Permit OP 87-07-91-0113: Permit I.D. 173-11414, Issued on December 15, 1999, to ALCOA, Inc.—Warrick Operations. Effective December 15, 1999.

(136) On August 30, 1999, and May 17, 2000, Indiana submitted revised particulate matter and sulfur dioxide emissions regulations for National Starch in Marion County, Indiana. The submittal amends 326 IAC 6-1-12, and includes elimination of shut down sources from the rules, increases in some limits, and a decrease in one limit.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(a) Emissions limits for National Starch in Marion County contained in Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6: Particulate Rules, Rule 1: Nonattainment Area Limitations, Section 12: Marion County. Added at 22 In. Reg. 1953. Effective March 11, 1999.

(b) Emissions limits for National Starch in Marion County contained in Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 7: Sulfur Dioxide Rules, Rule 4: Emission Limitations and Requirements by County, Section 2: Marion County Sulfur Dioxide Emission Limitations. Added at 22 In. Reg. 1953. Effective March 11, 1999.

(138) On August 2, 2000, Indiana submitted revised total suspended particulate emissions regulations for Illinois Cereal Mills, Incorporated in Marion County, Indiana. The submittal amends 326 IAC 6-1-12(a). It includes an increase in the annual particulate matter limit from 0.7 tons per year (TPY) to 1.0 TPY for a boiler and a decrease in the annual limit from 6.3 TPY to 6.0 TPY for a grain elevator.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

Emissions limits for Illinois Cereal Mills, Incorporated in Marion County contained in Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6: Particulate Rules, Rule 1: Non-attainment Area Limitations, Section 12: Marion County, subsection (a). Filed with the Secretary of State on May 26, 2000 and effective on June 25, 2000. Published in 23 Indiana Register 2414 on July 1, 2000.

(139) On December 30, 1999, Indiana submitted revised total suspended particulate emissions regulations for Johns Manville Corporation in Wayne County. The submittal appends 326 IAC 6-1-14. It includes raising seven long-term emissions limits, lowering one short-term limit, removing one emissions source, and a name change for the company. The long-term limits are being raised to allow to facility to operate 8760 hours annually. Switching fuel for a boiler allows its short-term limit to be decreased. One emissions source was removed from this facility. The Johns Manville, Wayne County, facility was formerly known as Schuller International, Incorporated.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

Emissions limits for Johns Manville Corporation in Wayne County contained in Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6: Particulate Rules, Rule 1: Non-attainment Area Limitations, Section 14: Wayne County. Filed with the Secretary of State on September 24, 1999, and effective on October 24, 1999. Published in 23 Indiana Register 301 on November 1, 1999.

(140) On August 31, 2000, Indiana submitted revised particulate matter emissions regulations for Rolls-Royce Allison in Marion County, Indiana. The submittal amends 326 IAC 6-1-12(a). It includes a name change for the company from the Allison Engine Company to Rolls-Royce Allison and the addition of an alternate fuel, landfill gas. Landfill gas can be used in boilers 1 through 4 of plant 5 and boilers 3, 4, and 7 through 10 of plant 8. These state implementation plan revisions do not change the particulate matter emissions limits.

(i) Incorporated by reference. Amendments to Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6: Particulate Rules, Rule 1: Non-attainment Area Limitations, Section 12: Marion County, subsection (a). Filed with the Secretary of State on May 26, 2000 and effective on June 25, 2000. Published in 23 Indiana Register 2419 on July 1, 2000.

(141) On February 16, 2001 Indiana submitted revised particulate matter emissions regulations for Cerestar USA, Inc. The submittal amends 326 IAC 6-1-10.1, and includes the elimination of 18 emission points, the addition of 39 new emission points, and a change in the way the short-term emission limits are expressed (from pounds of particulate matter per ton of product to grains per dry standard cubic feet). The revision also changes the name of the facility listed in the rules from American Maize Products (Amaizo) to Cerestar USA, Inc.

(i) Incorporation by reference. Emissions limits for Cerestar USA, Inc. in Lake County contained in Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6: Particulate Rules, Rule 1: Nonattainment Area Limitations, Section 10.1: Lake County PM10 emission requirements. Added at 24 In. Reg. 1308. Effective January 13, 2001.

(142) On June 8, 2000 the Indiana Department of Environmental Management submitted a State Implementation Plan (SIP) revision amending certain provisions of the Indiana vehicle inspection and maintenance (I/M) program in operation in Lake, Porter, Clark, and Floyd Counties. Among the most significant changes being made to the program include: the exemption of the current calendar year model vehicle plus the (3) previous model years vehicles from emission testing; the inclusion of language that allows the use of the IM93 alternative vehicle emission test currently being used in the program; language that updates the requirement to test vehicles equipped with second generation on-board diagnostics systems (OBDII); and the elimination of the off-cycle test, which is the emission test currently required when there is a change in possession of motor vehicle titles. The Air Pollution Control Board amended 326 IAC 13-1.1 and repealed 326 IAC 13-1.1-17, thereby putting in place the revisions to the I/M program.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) 326 Indiana Administrative Code 13-1.1 adopted December 2, 1998, effective January 22, 1999.

(ii) Other material. (A) June 8, 2000 letter and enclosures from the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) Commissioner to the Regional Administrator of the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) submitting Indiana's revision to the ozone State Implementation Plan (SIP).

(143) On November 15, 2000, the State submitted rules to reduce volatile organic compound emissions from cold cleaning degreasing.

(i) Incorporation by reference. 326 Indiana Administrative Code 8-3: Organic Solvent Degreasing Operations, Section 1, Applicability, and Section 8, Material Requirements for Cold Cleaning Degreasers. Final adoption by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board on November 4, 1998. Filed with the Secretary of State on April 27, 1999. Effective May 27, 1999. Published at Indiana Register, Volume 22, Number 9, June 1, 1999.

(144) On August 20, 2001 and September 19, 2001, Indiana submitted a plan in response to Phase I of the NOX SIP Call. The plan includes Indiana's Phase I NOX Budget Demonstration and supporting documentation including initial unit allocations and two new rules: 326 IAC 10-3 and 326 IAC 10-4.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 10; Ozone rules, Rule 3: Nitrogen Oxide Reduction Program for Specific Source Categories (326 IAC 10-3). Adopted June 6, 2001. Submitted August 20, 2001 and September 19, 2001. State effective September 16, 2001.

(B) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 10; Ozone rules, Rule 4: Nitrogen Oxides Budget Trading Program (326 IAC 10-4). Adopted June 6, 2001. Submitted August 20, 2001 and September 19, 2001. State effective September 16, 2001.

(145) Indiana submitted on December 17, 1997, as part of the 9% Rate of Progress Plan, an agreed order between U.S. Steel and the Indiana Department of Environmental Management. Section 3 of Exhibit E requires U.S. Steel to establish a coke plant process water treatment plant at its Gary Works.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Section 3 of Exhibit E of the March 22, 1996, Agreed Order between U.S. Steel (currently USX Corporation) and the Indiana Department of Environmental Management.

(146) On October 21, 1999, Indiana submitted revised state opacity regulations. The submittal amends 326 IAC 5-1-1, 5-1-2, 5-1-3, 5-1-4(b), and 5-1-5(b). The revisions address provisions concerning the startup and shutdown of operations, averaging period terminology, temporary exemptions, alternative opacity limits, and conflicts between continuous opacity monitor and visual readings.

(i) Incorporation by reference. Opacity limits for Indiana contained in Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 5: Opacity Regulations. Filed with the Secretary of State on October 9, 1998 and effective on November 8, 1998. Published in 22 Indiana Register 426 on November 1, 1998.

(ii) Additional material. Letter of October 10, 2001, from Janet McCabe, Indiana Department of Environmental Management, Assistant Commissioner of the Office of Air Quality, to Stephen Rothblatt, US EPA Region 5, Chief of Air Programs Branch. The letter adds the technical justification and air quality analysis required for alternate opacity limits.

(147) On February 1, 2002, Indiana submitted its Prevention of Significant Deterioration rules as a revision to the State implementation plan.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Title 326 of the Indiana Administrative Code, Rules 2-2-1, 2-2-2, 2-2-3, 2-2-4, 2-2-5, 2-2-6, 2-2-7, 2-2-9, 2-2-12, and 2-2-14. Filed with the Secretary of State on December 20, 2001, effective January 19, 2002.

(B) Title 326 of the Indiana Administrative Code, Rules 2-2-8, 2-2-10, 2-2-11, 2-2-13, 2-2-15 and 2-2-16. Filed with the Secretary of State on March 23, 2001, effective April 22, 2001.

(C) Title 326 of the Indiana Administrative Code, Rules 2-1.1-6 and 2-1.1-8. Filed with the Secretary of State on November 25, 1998, effective December 25, 1998. Errata filed with the Secretary of State on May 12, 1999, effective June 26, 1999.

(148) On August 8, 2001, the State submitted rules to incorporate by reference Federal capture efficiency test methods. The submittal amends 326 IAC 8-1-4.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board; Article 8: Volatile Organic Compound Rules; Rule 1: General Provisions; Section 4: Testing procedures. Filed with the Secretary of State on June 15, 2001 and effective on July 15, 2001. Published in 24 Indiana Register 3619 on August 1, 2001.

(149) [Reserved]

(150) On July 18, 2000 the Indiana Department of Environmental Management submitted a State Implementation Plan (SIP) revision amending certain provisions of Indiana's gasoline transport testing requirements with additional material submitted on January 11, 2002 and March 13, 2002. The Air Pollution Control Board amended 326 IAC 8-4-7 and 326 IAC 8-4-9 and added 326 IAC 20-10.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) 326 Indiana Administrative Code 8-4-7; 8-4-9; and 20-10-01 adopted May 5, 1999, effective November 5, 1999.

(ii) Additional materials. (A) July 18, 2000 letter and enclosures from the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) Commissioner to the Regional Administrator of the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) submitting Indiana's revision to the ozone SIP.

(B) January 11, 2002 letter and enclosures from IDEM to EPA submitted as an addendum to the July 18, 2000 revision to the ozone SIP.

(C) March 13, 2002 letter and enclosures from IDEM to EPA submitted as an addendum to the July 18, 2000 revision to the ozone SIP.

(151) On March 5, 2002, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management requested a revision to the Indiana State Implementation Plan in the form of revisions to the Permit Review Rules intended to add regulations to assure that construction permit conditions exist independently of title V permits. This revision took the form of an amendment to Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board of the Indiana Administrative Code (326 IAC) 2-1.1-9.5 General Provisions; Term of Permit.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Indiana Administrative Code Rules 326 IAC 2-1.1-9.5. Adopted by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board October 3, 2001. Filed with the Secretary of State December 20, 2001. Effective January 19, 2002. Published at Indiana Register, Volume 25, Number 5, February 1, 2002.

(152) On December 19, 2001, Indiana submitted revised Particulate Matter (PM) control requirements. A March 17, 2003 letter from Indiana clarified what portions of the original submission the State was seeking revisions for. EPA is approving revisions for certain natural gas combustion sources in Indiana and various cleanup revisions to Indiana's PM rules. One revision eliminates PM emissions limits on specified natural gas combustion sources and replaces the limits with a requirement that such sources may only burn natural gas. The submission also contains many cleanup provisions such as eliminating limits for sources which have shut down and updating names of sources.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Indiana Administrative Code (IAC) Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6: Particulate Rules, Rule 1: Nonattainment Area Limitations, IAC 6-1-1.5: Definitions; IAC 6-1-2: Particulate emission limitations; fuel combustion steam generators, asphalt concrete plant, grain elevators, foundries, mineral aggregate operations; modification by commissioner; IAC 6-1-3: Non-attainment area particulate limitations; compliance determination; IAC 6-1-4: Compliance schedules; IAC 6-1-5: Control strategies; IAC 6-1-6: State Implementation Plan revisions; IAC 6-1-8.1: Dearborn County particulate matter emissions limitations; IAC 6-1-9: Dubois County; IAC 6-1-10.1: Lake County PM10 emission requirements, Subsections (a) through (k); IAC 6-1-11.1: Lake County fugitive particulate matter control requirements; IAC 6-1-12: Marion County; IAC 6-1-13: Vigo County; IAC 6-1-14: Wayne County; IAC 6-1-15: Howard County; IAC 6-1-16: Vanderburgh County; IAC 6-1-17: Clark County; and, IAC 6-1-18: St. Joseph County. Adopted by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board August 1, 2001. Filed with the Secretary of State November 8, 2001. Published in the Indiana Register, Volume 25, Number 3, December 1, 2001 at 709. State effective December 8, 2001.

(B) Indiana Administrative Code (IAC) Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6: Particulate Rules, Rule 1: Non-attainment Area Limitations, 6-1-1: Applicability. Adopted by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board August 1, 2001. Filed with the Secretary of State November 8, 2001. Published in the Indiana Register, Volume 25, Number 3, December 1, 2001 at 709. State effective, December 8, 2001. Amended by Errata filed with the Secretary of State January 10, 2002. Published in the Indiana Register, Volume 25, Number 5, February 1, 2002 at 1644. State effective, February 24, 2002. And amended by Errata filed with the Secretary of State October 2, 2002. Published in the Indiana Register, Volume 26, Number 2, November 1, 2002 at 383. State effective, November 16, 2002.

(153) On April 30, 2002 and September 6, 2002, Indiana submitted revised particulate matter regulations for Union Tank Car's railcar manufacturing facility in Lake County, Indiana. The submittal amends 326 IAC 6-1-10.1. The revisions consist of relaxing the limits for the grit blaster. The new limits are 0.01 grains per dry standard cubic foot and 9.9 pounds per hour.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

Amendments to Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6: Particulate Rules, Rule 1: Non-attainment Area Limitations, Section 10.1: Lake County PM10 emission requirements. Filed with the Secretary of State on July 26, 2002 and effective on August 25, 2002. Published in 25 Indiana Register 4076 on September 1, 2002.

(154) On August 08, 2001, Indiana submitted revised volatile organic Compound control requirements for certain facilities in the Indiana shipbuilding and ship repair industry. This submittal changes the individual and plantwide coating exemption levels and makes revisions to the compliance requirements, test methods and recordkeeping requirements. On October 1, 2002, Indiana submitted a letter providing its interpretation of certain of the above requirements.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 8: Volatile Organic Compounds, Rule 12: Shipbuilding or Ship Repair Operations in Clark, Floyd, Lake, and Porter Counties, Section 2: Exemptions, Section 4: Volatile organic compound emissions limiting requirements, Section 5: Compliance requirements, Section 6: Test methods and procedures, Section 7: Recordkeeping, notification, and reporting requirements. Adopted by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board on February 7, 2001. Filed with the Secretary of State June 15, 2001, effective July 15, 2001.

(B) An October 1, 2002, letter from the Indiana Department of Environmental Management which provides background information on its shipbuilding and ship repair rule revisions and its interpretation of certain of these requirements.

(155) On October 17, 2002, the State submitted revised particulate matter emission limits for the Knauf Fiber Glass in Shelby County for incorporation into the Indiana SIP.

(i) Incoropration by reference.

(A) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 11 Emission Limitations for Specific Types of Operations, Rule 4 Fiberglass Insulation Manufacturing, Paragraph 5 Shelby County (326 IAC 11-4-5). Adopted by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board on May 1, 2002. Filed with the Secretary of State on August 28, 2002. Published in the Indiana Register, Volume 26, Number 1, October 1, 2002, effective September 27, 2002.

(156) On April 3, 2000 the State submitted a revision to Indiana's State Implementation Plan to allow the Department of the Navy use of military specification coatings containing volatile organic compound (VOC) control requirements with content up to 5.45 pounds of VOC per gallon of coating less water for the projectile renovations operations in Building 2728 at the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Part 70 Significant Source Modification No.: 101-11153-00005 as issued by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board on October 12, 1999.

(157) On December 19, 2001, and February 11, 2004, Indiana submitted revised volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions regulations for Eli Lilly and Company in Marion County. The submission provides alternate VOC control requirements for reactors, vacuum dryers, centrifuges, and filters in the pilot plant. The alternate control requirements are being approved under site-specific Reasonably Available Control Technology standards.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Commissioner's Order #2003-02 as issued by the Indiana Department of Environmental Management on February 11, 2004.

(158) On October 21, 2002 and January 10, 2003, Indiana submitted revised volatile organic compound regulations for dip and flow coating operations. The revisions include replacing daily compliance with a rolling thirty day average and adding new equivalent emission limits.

(i) Incorporation by reference. Amendments to Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 8: Volatile Organic Compound Rules, Rule 1: General Provisions, Section 2: Compliance Methods. Filed with the Secretary of State on November 15, 2002, and effective on December 15, 2002. Published in 26 Indiana Register 1073 on January 1, 2003.

(159) On January 31, 2003, Indiana submitted revised particulate matter regulations for Richmond Power and Light Company's coal burning power plant in Wayne County, Indiana. The submission amends 326 IAC 6-1-14. The revisions make the long-term emission limits consistent with the short-term limits approved by EPA on April 9, 1996. The new limits are 320 tons per years for boiler number 1 and 700 tons per years for boiler number 2.

(i) Incorporation by reference. Amendments to Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6: Particulate Rules, Rule 1: Non-attainment Area Limitations, Section 14: Wayne County PM emission requirements. Filed with the Secretary of State on March 10, 2003 and effective on April 9, 2003. Published in 26 Indiana Register 2318-19 on April 1, 2003.

(160) On July 9, 2002, Indiana submitted revised process weight rate rules as a requested revision to the Indiana State Implementation Plan. The changes clarify rule applicability, correct errors in the process weight rate table, allow sources to substitute work standard practices instead of the process weight rate table. They clarify the definitions of particulate and particulate matter. They also reduce duplicative recordkeeping.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6: Particulate Rules Rule 3: Particulate Emission Limitations for Manufacturing Process. 6-3-1 Applicability, 6-3-1.5 Definitions and 6-3-2 Particulate emission limitations, work practices, and control technologies. Adopted by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board on February 6, 2002. Filed with the Secretary of State May 13, 2002, effective June 12, 2002.

(161) On October 30, 2002 and January 10, 2003, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management submitted revisions to Chapter 326 IAC 4-2 and 9-1 of the Indiana Administrative Code (IAC), an incineration plan for selected sources in Indiana, with a request that the Indiana State Implementation Plan be revised to include these amended carbon monoxide and particulate matter rules.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Indiana rule: 326 IAC 4-2-1 and 326 IAC 4-2-2 (particulate matter), published at Indiana Register, January 1, 2003, 26 IR 1070, with an effective date of December 15, 2002.

(B) Indiana rule: 326 IAC 9-1-1 and 326 IAC 9-1-2 (carbon monoxide), published at Indiana Register, January 1, 2003, 26 IR 1072, with an effective date of December 15, 2002.

(162) On January 7, 2003 the Indiana Department of Environmental Management submitted a State Implementation Plan (SIP) revision amending certain provisions of Indiana's 326 IAC 8-2-9 (Miscellaneous metal coating operations) and 326 IAC 13-3-1 (Applicability, Control of gasoline Reid vapor pressure).

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) 326 Indiana Administrative Code 8-2-9; and 13-3-1 adopted August 7, 2002, effective December 15, 2002.

(ii) Additional materials. (A) January 7, 2003 letter and enclosures from the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) Commissioner to the Regional Administrator of the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) submitting Indiana's revisions to the ozone SIP.

(163) On June 26, 2003, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) submitted revisions to 326 IAC 10-3 (NOX Reduction Program for Specific Source Categories) and 326 IAC 10-4 (NOX Budget Trading Program) of the Indiana Administrative Code (IAC). Also, on August 4, 2003, IDEM submitted a letter containing the Legislative Service Agency Document #00-54(F) as published in the Indiana Register on August 1, 2003, 26 IR 3550, containing the legal and approving signatures. The revised rules change the Indiana Phase I NOX budget to 233,548 tons per ozone season for 2007.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Indiana Pollution Control Board rules: 326 IAC 10-3-1 and 326 IAC 10-4-1, 10-4-2, 10-4-9, 10-4-10, 10-4-13, 10-4-14 and 10-4-15. Adopted by the Indiana Pollution Control Board on May 7, 2003. Filed with the Secretary on July 7, 2003. Published at Indiana Register Volume 26, Number 11, August 1, 2003 (26 IR 3550). Effective August 6, 2003.

(164) On June 13, 2003, and as supplemented on October 3, 2003, Indiana submitted a State Implementation Plan (SIP) revision for the control of emissions of particulate matter (PM10) in the state of Indiana. Revisions to 326 IAC 6-1-10.1 and 326 IAC 6-1-10.2 amend the PM10 emission limits at U.S. Steel-Gary Works and U.S. Steel-Gary Coke Operations, located in Lake County, Indiana, and should result in decreased PM10 emissions of approximately 350 tons per year.

(i) Incorporation by reference. The following sections of the Indiana Administrative Code are incorporated by reference.

(A) Amendments to Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6: Particulate Rules, Rule 1: Non-attainment Area Limitations, Section 10.1: Lake County PM10 emission requirements. Filed with the Secretary of State on August 6, 2003 and effective on September 5, 2003. Published at Indiana Register, Volume 27, Number 1, October 1, 2003 (27 IR 61).

(B) Amendments to Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6: Particulate Rules, Rule 1: Non-attainment Area Limitations, Section 10.2: Lake County PM10 coke battery emission requirements. Filed with the Secretary of State on August 6, 2003 and effective on September 5, 2003. Published at Indiana Register, Volume 27, Number 1, October 1, 2003 (27 IR 85).

(165) On January 16, 2004 Indiana submitted revised Prevention of Significant Deterioration rules as a revision to the Indiana State Implementation Plan.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Amendments to the Indiana Administrative Code, Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board; Article 2: Permit Review Rules; Rule 2: Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) Requirements; Section 2-2-1 Definitions; Section 2-2-6 Increment consumption; requirements; and Section 2-2-12 Permit rescission. Filed with the Secretary of State on March 9, 2004, effective April 8, 2004. Published at 27 Indiana Register 2216; April 1, 2004.

(166)-(167) [Reserved]

(168) On October 7, 2004, Indiana submitted a request revision to particulate matter and sulfur dioxide emission limits as an amendment to its State Implementation Plan. The particulate matter and sulfur dioxide emission limits were deleted for the five boilers removed from the Pfizer, Incorporated facility in Vigo County, Indiana. These limits were listed in 326 Indiana Administrative Code (IAC) 6-1-13 and 326 IAC 7-4-3.

(i) Incorporation by reference. Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6: Particulate Rules, Rule 1: County Specific Particulate Limitations, Section 13: Vigo County and Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 7: Sulfur Dioxide Rules, Rule 4: Emission Limitations and Requirements by County, Section 3: Vigo County Sulfur Dioxide Emission Limitations. Filed with the Secretary of State on August 31, 2004 and effective September 30, 2004. Published in 28 Indiana Register 115-18 on October 1, 2004.

(169) On December 22, 2004, Indiana submitted a request to revise the volatile organic compound requirements for Transwheel Corporation of Huntington County, Indiana. EPA is approving the oil cover as an equivalent control device under 326 Indiana Administrative Code 8-3-5 (a)(5)(C).

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Commissioner's Order #2004-04 as issued by the Indiana Department of Environmental Management on December 22, 2004.

(170) The Indiana Department of Environmental Management submitted revisions to Indiana's State Implementation plan on February 18, 2005, February 21, 2005, and April 8, 2005. Revisions to 326 IAC 1-2-52, 326 IAC 1-2-82.5, and 326 IAC 1-3-4 amend the definition of “particulate matter” to include the definition of PM2.5 and amends the section that specifies the national ambient air quality standards. Revisions to 326 IAC 1-1-3 and 326 IAC 1-1-6 update the references to the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) from the 2000 edition to the 2002 edition and add “credible evidence provisions” into state rules consistent with federal requirements, respectively.

(i) Incorporation by reference. The following sections of the Indiana Administrative Code are incorporated by reference.

(A) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 1: General Provisions, Rule 2: Definitions, Section 52: “‘Particulate matter’” defined,” Section 52.2: “‘PM2.5’ defined,” Section 52.4:“‘PM10’ defined,” Section 82.5: “‘Total suspended particulate’ or ‘TSP’ defined.” Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 1: General Provisions, Rule 3: Ambient Air Quality Standards, Section 4: “Ambient air quality standards.” Filed with the Secretary of State on December 20, 2004 and effective on January 19, 2005. Published at Indiana Register, Volume 28, Number 5, February 1, 2005 (28 IR 1471-1473).

(B) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 1: General Provisions, Rule 1: Provisions Applicable Throughout Title 326, Section 3: “References to the Code of Federal Regulations.” Filed with the Secretary of State on August 26, 2004 and effective on September 25, 2004. Published at Indiana Register, Volume 28, Number 1, October 1, 2004 (28 IR 17).

(C) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 1: General Provisions, Rule 1: Provisions Applicable Throughout Title 326, Section 6: “Credible evidence.” Filed with the Secretary of State on February 14, 2005 and effective on March 16, 2005. Published at Indiana Register, Volume 28, Number 7, April 1, 2005 (28 IR 2045).

(171) On April 8, 2005, Indiana submitted final adopted revisions for the Dearborn County sulfur dioxide emission limitations in 326 IAC 7-4-13 as a requested revision to the Indiana state implementation plan. EPA is approving these revisions, which remove obsolete rule language for Indiana Michigan Tanners Creek Station and update information for other companies listed in the rule.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 7: Sulfur Dioxide Rules, Rule 4: Emission Limitations and Requirements by County, Section 13: Dearborn County Sulfur Dioxide Emission Limitations. Filed with the Secretary of State on February 14, 2005, and effective March 16, 2005. Published in the Indiana Register on April 1, 2005 (28 IR 2021).

(172) On April 8, 2005, and as supplemented on July 6, 2005, Indiana submitted a State Implementation Plan (SIP) revision for the control of sulfur dioxide (SO2) emissions in Lake County, Indiana. The SIP revision submitted by the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) amends 326 Indiana Administrative Code (IAC) Article 7. Indiana's revised SO2 rule consists of changes to 326 IAC 7-4 which sets forth facility-specific SO2 emission limitations and recordkeeping requirements for Lake County. The rule revision also reflects updates to company names, updates to emission limits currently in permits, deletion of facilities that are already covered by natural gas limits, and other corrections and updates. Due to changes in section numbers, references to citations in other parts of the rule have also been updated.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Amendments to Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 7 SULFUR DIOXIDE RULES, Rule 1.1 Sulfur Dioxide Emission Limitations, sections 326 IAC 7-1.1-1, “Applicability”, 326 IAC 7-1.1-2 “Sulfur Dioxide Emission Limitations”, and 326 IAC 7-2-1 “Reporting Requirements: Methods to Determine Compliance”; newly created 326 IAC 7-4.1, “Lake County Sulfur Dioxide Emission Limitations”, adopted by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board on March 2, 2005. Filed with the Secretary of State May 25, 2005, effective June 24, 2005.

(173) The Indiana Department of Environmental Management submitted amendments to Indiana's State Implementation Plan on September 1, 2005. The amendments include the repeal of 326 IAC 6-1, which is replaced with new articles 326 IAC 6.5, “Particulate Matter Limitations for all Counties Except Lake County” and 326 IAC 6.8, “Particulate Matter Limitations for Lake County.”

(i) Incorporation by reference. The following sections of the Indiana Administrative Code are incorporated by reference.

(A) Amendments to Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6.5 Particulate Matter Limitations Except Lake County, and Article 6.8 Particulate Matter Limitations For Lake County. Adopted by the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board on May 4, 2005. Filed with the Secretary of State on August 10, 2005 and effective on September 9, 2005. Published at Indiana Register, Volume 28, Number 12, September 1, 2005 (3454).

(174) [Reserved]

(175) On December 15, 2005, Indiana submitted revised particulate matter (PM10) regulations for ASF Keystone, Inc. in Lake County. The emission limit for the small coil manufacturing unit is increased while the limits for the medium and large coil manufacturing units are decreased. The result of these revisions is a net decrease in PM10 emission limits. The emission limits for miscellaneous coil manufacturing are removed because the unit no longer operates. EPA also removed the process weight rate emission limits for the four units.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6.8: Particulate Matter Limitations for Lake County, Rule 2: Lake County: PM10 Emission Requirements, Section 4: ASF Keystone, Inc.-Hammond. Filed with the Secretary of State on October 20, 2005 and effective November 19, 2005. Published in 29 Indiana Register 794 on December 1, 2005.

(176) On December 21, 2005, Indiana submitted revised regulations to the EPA. As a result, the compounds, 1,1,1,2,2,3,3-heptafluoro-3-methoxy-propane, 3-ethoxy-1,1,1,2,3,4,4,5,5,6,6,6-dodecafluoro-2-(trifluoromethyl)hexane, 1,1,1,2,3,3,3-heptafluoropropane, and methyl formate, are added to the list of “nonphotochemically reactive hydrocarbons” or “negligibly photochemically reactive compounds” in 326 IAC 1-2-48 and these compounds are deleted from the list of VOCs in 326 IAC 1-2-90. Companies producing or using the four compounds will no longer need to follow the VOC rules for these compounds. The requirements in 326 IAC 1-2-48 and 1-2-90 were also modified for the compound t-butyl acetate. It is not considered a VOC for emission limits and content requirements. T-butyl acetate will still be considered a VOC for the recordkeeping, emissions reporting, and inventory requirements.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 1: General Provisions, Rule 2: Definitions, Section 48: “‘Nonphotochemically reactive hydrocarbon’ or ‘negligibly photochemically reactive compounds’ defined”, and Section 90: “‘Volatile organic compound’ or ‘VOC’ defined”. Filed with the Secretary of State on October 20, 2005 and effective November 19, 2005. Published in 29 Indiana Register 795-797 on December 1, 2005.(177) The Indiana Department of Environmental Management submitted revisions to Indiana's State Implementation plan on December 21, 2005, and June 27, 2006. Revisions to 326 IAC 1-3-4 provide consistency between State (326 IAC 1-3-4) and Federal (40 CFR 50.3) reference conditions for measurements of particulate matter air quality; and amendments to 326 IAC 1-1-3 update the references to the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) from the 2002 edition to the 2004 edition.

(i) Incorporation by reference. The following sections of the Indiana Administrative Code are incorporated by reference.

(A) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 1: General Provisions, Rule 1: Provisions Applicable Throughout Title 326, Section 3: References to the Code of Federal Regulations. Filed with the Secretary of State on October 14, 2005 and effective on November 13, 2005. Published at Indiana Register, Volume 29, Number 3, December 1, 2005 (29 IR 795).

(B) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 1: General Provisions, Rule 3: Ambient Air Quality Standards, Section 4: Ambient Air Quality Standards. Filed with the Secretary of State on March 6, 2006 and effective on April 5, 2006. Published at Indiana Register, Volume 29, Number 7, April 1, 2006 (29 IR 2179).

(178) On August 25, 2006, Indiana submitted final adopted revisions to its emission reporting requirement rules as a revision to the Indiana State Implementation Plan.

(i) Incorporation by reference. Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 2: Permit Review Rules, Rule 6 Emission Reporting, Section 1: Applicability, Section 3: Compliance schedule, and Section 4: Requirements. Approved by the Attorney General June 29, 2006. Approved by the Governor July 13, 2006. Filed with the Publisher July 14, 2006. Published on the Indiana Register Web site August 9, 2006, Document Identification Number (DIN):20060809-IR-326050078FRA. Effective August 13, 2006.

(179) On July 17, 2006, Indiana submitted final adopted revisions, which add 326 IAC 8-1-6 (3)(B) and (C), to its VOC rules for new facilities in 326 IAC 8-1-6 as a requested revision to the Indiana state implementation plan. EPA is approving these revisions, which exempt boat manufacturers subject to NESHAPS for boat manufacturing, or reinforced plastics composites manufacturers subject to NESHAPS for reinforced composites production facilities, from the requirement to do a best available control technology analysis provided they comply with the applicable NESHAPS.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 8: Volatile Organic Compound Rules, Rule 1: General Provisions, Section 6: New facilities; general reduction requirements. Final adopted by the Air Pollution Control Board on March 1, 2006. Filed with the Secretary of State on May 25, 2006, and became effective June 23, 2006. Published in the Indiana Register on July 1, 2006 (29 IR 3350).

(180) On November 1, 2005, and supplemented on March 20, 2007, the State of Indiana submitted a source specific revision to its state implementation plan for control of particulate matter in Title 326 of the Indiana Administrative Code (IAC), Rule 6.5-7, Section 13, which contains particulate matter emission limits for Holy Cross Services Corporation, to reflect current operating conditions of the boilers at St. Mary's College, located in Notre Dame, Indiana. The revision in 326 IAC 6.5-7-13 also changes the source name from St. Mary's to Holy Cross Services Corporation (Saint Mary's Campus).

(i) Incorporation by reference. Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6.5: PM Limitations Except Lake County, Rule 7: St. Joseph County, Section 13: Holy Cross Services Corporation (Saint Mary's Campus). Approved by the Attorney General January 18, 2007. Approved by the Governor January 23, 2007. Filed with the Publisher January 26, 2007. Published on the Indiana Register Web site February 14, 2007, Document Identification Number (DIN):20070214-IR-326060121FRA. Effective February 25, 2007.

(181) On September 2, 2004, Indiana submitted modifications to its Prevention of Significant Deterioration and nonattainment New Source Review rules as a revision to the state implementation plan. On October 25, 2005, and January 17, 2007, Indiana submitted revisions to the September 2, 2004 submittal.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Title 326 of the Indiana Administrative Code, Rules 2-1.1-7, 2-2-1(a) through (l), 2-2-1(n) through (kk), 2-2-1(mm) through (tt), 2-2-1(uu)(1) through (4), 2-2-1(vv) through (aaa), 2-2-2(a) through (d)(4), 2-2-2(d)(6) through (e), 2-2-2(g) through (i), 2-2-3, 2-2-4, 2-2-5(a), 2-2-5(c) through (e), 2-2-6, 2-2-8, 2-2.4, 2-3-1(a) through (i), 2-3-1(k) through (ff), 2-3-1(hh) through (uu), 2-3-2(a) through (c)(4), 2-3-2(c)(6) through (k), 2-3-2(m), 2-3-3(a) through (b)(11), 2-3-3(b)(14), 2-3.4, 2-5.1-4. Filed with the Secretary of State on August 10, 2004, effective September 10, 2004. Published in the Indiana Register on September 1, 2004 (27 IR 3887).

(182) On March 30, 2007, Indiana submitted final adopted revisions, which amend 326 IAC 8-5-1, concerning rule applicability, and add 326 IAC 8-5-6, fuel grade ethanol production at dry mills, to its VOC rules as a requested revision to the Indiana state implementation plan. By letter of December 19, 2007, Indiana stated that it would be acceptable to measure the concentration limits in 326 IAC 8-5-6 using EPA Method 25(a) expressed as equivalent ethanol with the calibration gas being a mixture of ethanol in air. EPA is approving these revisions, authorizing Indiana to establish an industry-specific State BACT standard for fuel grade ethanol production at dry mill facilities that emit 25 tons or more of VOC per year.

(i) Incorporation by reference. The following sections of the Indiana Administrative Code (IAC) are incorporated by reference. 326 IAC 8-5-1, “Applicability of Rule”, and 326 IAC 8-5-6 “Fuel Grade Ethanol Production at Dry Mills”. Approved by the Attorney General February 16, 2007. Approved by the Governor February 16, 2007. Filed with the Publisher February 20, 2007. Published on the Indiana Register Web site March 21, 2007, Document Identification Number (DIN):20070321-IR-326050197FRA. Effective March 22, 2007.

(ii) Additional materials. A December 19, 2007, letter from Daniel Murray, Assistant Commissioner of the Indiana Department of Environmental management, Office of Air Quality, which states that it would be acceptable to measure the concentration limits in 326 IAC 8-5-6 using EPA Method 25(a) expressed as equivalent ethanol with the calibration gas being a mixture of ethanol in air.

(183) On February 7, 2002, Indiana submitted revisions to its State Implementation Plan (SIP) for lead (Pb) as part of the State's incorporation of a Federal standard for secondary lead smelters. On October 3, 2006, and November 27, 2007, Indiana supplemented its request as it pertained to Quemetco, Incorporated, in Marion County. This revision removes from the Indiana SIP the source-specific provisions for Quemetco found in article 326 IAC 15, previously approved in paragraph (c)(95) of this section, and replaces them with the corresponding provisions of article 326 IAC 20-13.

(i) Incorporation by reference. The following sections of Title 326 of the Indiana Administrative Code (IAC) are incorporated by reference:

(A) 326 IAC 15-1-2(c) “Source-specific provisions” and 326 IAC 15-1-3 “Control of fugitive lead dust”. Filed with the Secretary of State on December 1, 2000, effective December 30, 2000. Published in the Indiana Register on January 1, 2001 (24 IR 954).

(B) 326 IAC 20-13-1(c) “Applicability; incorporation by reference of federal standards”, 326 IAC 20-13-2(a) “Emission limitations lead standards for Quemetco, Incorporated”, and 326 IAC 20-13-6 “Compliance testing”. Filed with the Secretary of State on December 1, 2000, effective December 30, 2000. Published in the Indiana Register on January 1, 2001 (24 IR 958).

(184) Indiana Department of Environmental Management submitted amendments to the State Implementation Plan to control nitrogen oxide emissions from internal combustion engines in 326 Indiana Administrative Code (IAC) 10-5 and corrections to 326 IAC 10-3-3 and 326 IAC 10-4 on March 8, 2006.

(i) Incorporation by reference. The following sections of the Indiana Administrative Code (IAC) are incorporated by reference.

(A) Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 10: Nitrogen Oxides Rules, Rule 3: Nitrogen Oxide Reduction Program for Specific Source Categories, Section 3: Emissions limits. Filed with the Secretary of State on January 27, 2006, effective February 26, 2006. Published in the Indiana Register on March 1, 2006 (29 IR 1876).

(B) Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 10: Nitrogen Oxides Rules, Rule 4: Nitrogen Oxides Budget Trading Program, Section 1: Applicability, Section 2: Definitions, Section 3: Retired unit exemption, Section 9: NOX allowance allocations, Section 13: Individual opt-ins, Section 14: NOX allowance banking, and Section 15: Compliance supplement pool. Filed with the Secretary of State on January 27, 2006, effective February 26, 2006. Published in the Indiana Register on March 1, 2006 (29 IR 1877).

(C) Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 10: Nitrogen Oxides Rules, Rule 5: Nitrogen Oxide Reduction Program for Internal Combustion Engines (ICE). Filed with the Secretary of State on January 27, 2006, effective February 26, 2006. Published in the Indiana Register on March 1, 2006 (29 IR 1899).

(185) The Indiana Department of Environmental Management submitted amendments on September 20, 2007 to the State Implementation Plan to Control Emissions from electric generating units (EGU) and non-EGUs. Rules affecting these units include: 326 Indiana Administrative Code (IAC) 24-1-2, 326 IAC 24-1-8, 326 IAC 24-1-12, 326 IAC 24-2-11, 326 IAC 24-3-1, 326 IAC 24-3-2, 326 IAC 24-3-8 and 326 IAC 24-3-12 respectively.

(i) Incorporation by reference. The following sections of the Indiana Administrative Code (IAC) are incorporated by reference: 326 IAC 24-1-2(36) “Control period”; 326 IAC 24-1-2(38) “Energy efficiency or renewable energy projects”; 326 IAC 24-1-2(60) “Rated energy efficiency”; 326 IAC 24-1-8 “CAIR NOX allowance allocations”; 326 IAC 24-1-12 “CAIR NOX opt-in units”; 326 IAC 24-2-11 “CAIR SO2 opt-in units”; 326 IAC 24-3-1 “Applicability”; 326 IAC 24-3-2(38) “Energy efficiency or renewable energy projects”; 326 IAC 24-3-2(49) “Large affected unit”; 326 IAC 24-3-2(61) “Rated energy efficiency”; 326 IAC 24-3-8 “CAIR NOX ozone season allowance”; and 326 IAC 24-3-12 “CAIR NOX ozone season opt-in units”. Approved by the Attorney General January 12, 2007. Approved by the Governor January 23, 2007. Filed with the Publisher January 26, 2007. Published on the Indiana Register Web site February 28, 2007, Document Identification Number (DIN): 20070221-IR-326050117FRA. Effective February 25, 2007.

(186) The Indiana Department of Environmental Management submitted revisions to Indiana's State Implementation plan on July 20, 2007, as revised on December 19, 2007, to amend 326 IAC 1-1-3, “References to the Code of Federal Regulations”; 326 IAC 1-2-48, “nonphotochemically reactive hydrocarbons” or “negligibly photochemically reactive compounds” defined; and 326 IAC 1-2-90, “volatile organic compound” or “VOC” defined. The revision to 326 IAC 1-1-3 updates the references to CFR from the 2005 edition to the 2006 edition. In 326 IAC 1-2-48, and 326 IAC 1-2-90, the SIP revision deletes references to outdated Federal Register citations.

(i) Incorporation by reference. The following sections of the Indiana Administrative Code (IAC) are incorporated by reference.

(A) 326 IAC 1-1-3, “References to the Code of Federal Regulations”. Filed with the Secretary of State on April 26, 2007, and effective on May 26, 2007. Published in the Indiana Register, on May 23, 2007 (DIN: 20070523-IR-326060412FRA).

(B) 326 IAC 1-2-48, “nonphotochemically reactive hydrocarbons” or “negligibly photochemically reactive compounds” defined; and 326 IAC 1-2-90, “volatile organic compound” or “VOC” defined. Filed with the Secretary of State on April 26, 2007, and effective on May 26, 2007. Published in the Indiana Register, on May 23, 2007 (DIN: 20070523-IR-326060412FRA).

(ii) Additional Materials. A December 19, 2007, letter from Daniel Murray, Assistant Commissioner of the Indiana Department of Environmental Management, Office of Air Quality, which limits the July 20, 2007, SIP revision request to the following definitions: 326 IAC 1-1-3, “References to the CFR”; 326 IAC 1-2-48, “nonphotochemically reactive hydrocarbons” or “negligibly photochemically reactive compounds” defined; and 326 IAC 1-2-90, “volatile organic compound” or “VOC” defined.

(187) On February 21, 2008, Indiana submitted revisions to its particulate matter SIP. On March 27, 2008, Indiana submitted a corrected copy of its rules. The submittal revises 326 IAC 6.5: Particulate Matter Limitations Except Lake County and 326 IAC 6.8: Particulate Matter Limitations for Lake County. This SIP revision updates facility names, revises formatting, removes sources no longer in operation, and revises some emission limits.

(i) Incorporation by reference. The following sections of Title 326 of the Indiana Administrative Code (IAC) are incorporated by reference:

(A) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6.5: Particulate Matter Limitations Except Lake County, Rule 1, General Provisions, sections 326 IAC 6.5-1-1 through 326 IAC 6.5-1-7, filed August 10, 2005, effective on September 9, 2005 and previously incorporated by reference (see paragraph (c)(173)(i)(A) of this section).

(B) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6.5: Particulate Matter Limitations Except Lake County, Rule 2, Clark County, sections 326 IAC 6.5-2-1 through 326 IAC 6.5-2-12, filed January 23, 2008, effective on February 22, 2008 (326 IAC 6.5-2-8 Kimball Office-Borden, filed January 23, 2008, effective on February 22, 2008, errata filed on February 29, 2008).

(C) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6.5: Particulate Matter Limitations Except Lake County, Rule 3, Dearborn County, sections 326 IAC 6.5-3-1 through 326 IAC 6.5-3-9, filed January 23, 2008, effective on February 22, 2008.

(D) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6.5: Particulate Matter Limitations Except Lake County, Rule 4, Dubois County, sections 326 IAC 6.5-4-1 through 326 IAC 6.5-4-24, filed January 23, 2008, effective on February 22, 2008.

(E) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6.5: Particulate Matter Limitations Except Lake County, Rule 5, Howard County, sections 326 IAC 6.5-5-1 through 326 IAC 6.5-5-16, filed January 23, 2008, effective on February 22, 2008.

(F) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6.5: Particulate Matter Limitations Except Lake County, Rule 6, Marion County, sections 326 IAC 6.5-6-1 through 326 IAC 6.5-6-36, filed January 23, 2008, effective on February 22, 2008 (326 IAC 6.5-6-18, Cargill, Inc., filed January 23, 2008, effective on February 22, 2008, errata filed on January 31, 2008).

(G) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6.5: Particulate Matter Limitations Except Lake County, Rule 7, St. Joseph County, sections 326 IAC 6.5-7-1 through 326 IAC 6.5-7-20, filed January 23, 2008, effective on February 22, 2008 (326 IAC 6.5-7-14 Accucast Technology, LLC, filed January 23, 2008, effective on February 22, 2008, errata filed on February 5, 2008).

(H) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6.5: Particulate Matter Limitations Except Lake County, Rule 8, Vanderburgh County, sections 326 IAC 6.5-8-1 through 326 IAC 6.5-8-15, filed January 23, 2008, effective on February 22, 2008.

(I) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6.5: Particulate Matter Limitations Except Lake County, Rule 9, Vigo County, sections 326 IAC 6.5-9-1 through 326 IAC 6.5-9-20, filed January 23, 2008, effective on February 22, 2008.

(J) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6.5: Particulate Matter Limitations Except Lake County, Rule 10, Wayne County, sections 326 IAC 6.5-10-1 through 326 IAC 6.5-10-19, filed January 23, 2008, effective on February 22, 2008.

(K) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6.8: Particulate Matter Limitations For Lake County, Rule 1, General Provisions, sections 326 IAC 6.8-1-1, Applicability, 6.8-1-5, Control strategies, and 6.8-1-7, Scope, filed January 23, 2008, effective on February 22, 2008; and Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6.8: Particulate Matter Limitations For Lake County, Rule 1, General Provisions, sections 326 IAC 6.8-1-1.5, Definitions, 6.8-1-2, Particulate emission limitations; fuel combustion steam generators, asphalt concrete plant, grain elevators, foundries, mineral aggregate operations; modification by commission, 6.8-1-3, Compliance Determination, 6.8-1-4, Compliance schedules, and 6.8-6-6, State implementation plan revisions, filed August 10, 2005, effective on September 9, 2005 and previously incorporated by reference (see paragraph (c)(173)(i)(A) of this section).

(L) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6.8: Particulate Matter Limitations for Lake County, Rule 2, Lake County: PM10 Emission Requirements, sections 326 IAC 6.8-2-1 through 326 IAC 6.8-2-38, filed January 23, 2008, effective on February 22, 2008 (326 IAC 6.8-2-6 BP Products North America, Inc.-Whiting Refinery, filed January 23, 2008, effective on February 22, 2008, errata filed on February 29, 2008).

(M) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6.8: Particulate Matter Limitations for Lake County, Rule 3, Lake County: Opacity Limits; Exceptions to 326 IAC 5-1-2, sections 326 IAC 6.8-3-1 through 326 IAC 6.8-3-4, filed January 23, 2008, effective on February 22, 2008.

(N) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6.8: Particulate Matter Limitations for Lake County, Rule 4, Lake County: Opacity Limits; Test Methods, filed January 23, 2008, effective on February 22, 2008.

(O) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6.8: Particulate Matter Limitations for Lake County, Rule 5, Lake County: Opacity Continuous Emissions Monitors, Installation and operation of continuous emissions monitors (Repealed), filed January 23, 2008, effective on February 22, 2008.

(P) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6.8: Particulate Matter Limitations for Lake County, Rule 6, Lake County: Combustion Sources; Natural Gas, sections 326 IAC 6.8-6-1 through 326 IAC 6.8-6-20), filed January 23, 2008, effective on February 22, 2008.

(Q) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6.8: Particulate Matter Limitations for Lake County, Rule 7, Lake County: Site-Specific Control Requirements, sections 326 IAC 6.8-7-1 through 326 IAC 6.8-7-8, filed January 23, 2008, effective on February 22, 2008.

(R) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6.8: Particulate Matter Limitations for Lake County, Rule 8, Lake County: Continuous Compliance Plan, section 326 IAC 6.8-8-1 Applicability, filed January 23, 2008, effective on February 22, 2008; and Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6.8: Particulate Matter Limitations for Lake County, Rule 8, Lake County: Continuous Compliance Plan, sections 326 IAC 6.8-8-2 Documentation; operation and maintenance procedures, 326 IAC 6.8-8-3 Plan requirements, 326 IAC 6.8-8-4 Plan; schedule for complying with 326 IAC 6.8-7, 326 IAC 6.8-8-5 Plan; source categories, 326 IAC 6.8-8-6 Plan; particulate matter control equipment; operation and maintenance, 326 IAC 6.8-8-7 Plan; particulate matter control equipment; recording; operation; inspection, 326 IAC 6.8-8-8 Plan; department review, filed August 10, 2005, effective on September 9, 2005 and previously incorporated by reference (see paragraph (c)(173)(i)(A) of this section).

(S) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6.8: Particulate Matter Limitations for Lake County, Rule 9, Lake County: PM10 Coke Battery Emission Requirements, section 326 IAC 6.8-9-3 Emission limitations, filed January 23, 2008, effective on February 22, 2008; and Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6.8: Particulate Matter Limitations for Lake County, Rule 9, Lake County: PM10 Coke Battery Emission Requirements, sections 326 IAC 6.8-9-1 Applicability, and 326 IAC 6.8-9-2 Definitions, filed August 10, 2005, effective on September 9, 2005 and previously incorporated by reference (see paragraph (c)(173)(i)(A) of this section).

(T) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6.8: Particulate Matter Limitations for Lake County, Rule 10, Lake County: Fugitive Particulate Matter, section 326 IAC 6.8-10-1 Applicability, filed January 23, 2008, effective on February 22, 2008; and Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6.8: Particulate Matter Limitations for Lake County, Rule 10, Lake County: Fugitive Particulate Matter, sections 326 IAC 6.8-10-2 Definitions, 326 IAC 6.8-10-3 Particulate matter emission limitations, and 326 IAC 6.8-10-4 Compliance requirements; control plans, filed August 10, 2005, effective on September 9, 2005 and previously incorporated by reference (see paragraph (c)(173)(i)(A) of this section).

(U) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6.8: Particulate Matter Limitations for Lake County, Rule 11, Lake County: Particulate Matter Contingency Measures, sections 326 IAC 6.8-11-1 through 326 IAC 6.8-11-6, filed August 10, 2005, effective on September 9, 2005 and previously incorporated by reference (see paragraph (c)(173)(i)(A) of this section).

(ii) Additional material.

(A) Certificate of Authenticity, Indiana Administrative Code, (As Updated Through March 26, 2008), signed by John M. Ross, Executive Director, Legislative Services Agency.

(188) The Indiana Department of Environmental Management submitted a revision to Indiana's State Implementation plan on May 22, 2008, to amend 326 IAC 1-1-3, “References to the Code of Federal Regulations”. The revision to 326 IAC 1-1-3 updates the references to CFR from the 2006 edition to the 2007 edition.

(i) Incorporation by reference. Title 326 of the Indiana Administrative Code (IAC), section 1-1-3, “References to the Code of Federal Regulations” is incorporated by reference. The rule was filed with the Publisher of the Indiana Register on April 1, 2008, and became effective on May 1, 2008. Published in the Indiana Register, on April 30, 2008 (DIN: 20080430-IR-32607037FRA).

(189) On December 19, 2007, Indiana submitted modifications to its Federally Enforceable State Operating Permits rules as a revision to the state implementation plan. The revision extends the maximum permit term for renewals of Federally Enforceable State Operating Permits from five years to ten years. EPA has determined that this revision is approvable under the Clean Air Act.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326, Article 2: Permit Review Rules, sections 2-1.1-9.5, “General provisions; term of permit”, and 2-8-4, “Permit content”, are incorporated by reference. Filed with the Publisher of the Indiana Register on November 16, 2007, and became effective on December 16, 2007. Published in the Indiana Register on December 13, 2007 (20071212-IR-326060487FRA).

(190) On September 11, 2008, Indiana submitted a revision to its SIP. The revisions add particulate matter, sulfur dioxide, and nitrogen oxides control and emission limitations on the Southern Indiana Gas and Electric Company's F.B. Culley Generating Station, a power plant located in Warrick County, Indiana.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 6: Particulate Rules, Rule 7: Particulate Matter Emission Limitations for Southern Indiana Gas and Electric Company, Section 1: “Southern Indiana Gas and Electric Company (SIGECO)”; Article 7: Sulfur Dioxide Rules, Rule 4: Emission Limitations and Requirements by County, Section 10: “Warrick County sulfur dioxide emission limitations”; and Article 10: Nitrogen Oxides Rules, Rule 6: Nitrogen Oxides Emission Limitations for Southern Indiana Gas and Electric Company, Section 1: “Southern Indiana Gas and Electric Company (SIGECO)”.

Filed with the Secretary of State on July 31, 2008 and effective on August 30, 2008. Published in Indiana Register 326070309 on August 28, 2008, LSA Document #07-309(F).

(191) The Indiana Department of Environmental Management submitted a revision to Indiana's State Implementation plan on September 25, 2009, to amend 326 IAC 1-1-3, “References to the Code of Federal Regulations”. The revision to 326 IAC 1-1-3 updates the references to CFR from the 2007 edition to the 2008 edition.

(i) Incorporation by reference. Title 326 of the Indiana Administrative Code (IAC), section 1-1-3, “References to the Code of Federal Regulations” is incorporated by reference. The rule was filed with the Publisher of the Indiana Register on July 1, 2009, and became effective on July 31, 2009. Published in the Indiana Register, on July 29, 2009 (DIN: 20090729-IR-326080901FRA).

(192) On April 25, 2008, Indiana submitted regulations that incorporate its continuous emission monitoring requirements into its SIP. Indiana also submitted Commissioner's Orders that provide an alternative monitoring plan for a Warrick County source. The alternative monitoring requirements allow the use of a particulate matter continuous emissions monitoring system in place of a continuous opacity monitor.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 3: Monitoring Requirements, Rule 5: Continuous Monitoring of Emissions, Section 1: Applicability; monitoring requirements for applicable pollutants. Filed with the Secretary of State on January 30, 1998, and effective on March 1, 1998. Published in 21 Indiana Register 2062-2079 on March 1, 1998. (B) Commissioner's Order #2008-01 as issued by the Indiana Department of Environmental Management on February 11, 2008.

(193) On December 10, 2009, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management submitted several volatile organic compound rules for approval into the Indiana State Implementation Plan for the Lake and Porter County portion of the Chicago-Gary-Lake County, IL-IN, 8-hour ozone nonattainment area. This includes both revisions to existing rules and also new rules. Also submitted were subsequent technical corrections to typographical, clerical, or spelling errors for some of these rules.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 8: Volatile Organic Compound Rules, Rule 1: General provisions, Section 0.5: Definitions, Section 2: Compliance Methods, and Section 4: Testing procedures, filed with the Publisher of the Indiana Register on November 3, 2009, and became effective on December 3, 2009. Published in the Indiana Register on December 2, 2009 (DIN: 20091202-IR-326090220FRA).

(B) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 8: Volatile Organic Compound Rules, Rule 2: Surface Coating Emission Limitations, Section 1: Applicability, Section 2: Automobile and light duty truck coating regulations, Section 5: Paper coating operations, Section 6: Metal furniture coating operations, Section 7: Large appliance coating operations, Section 9: Miscellaneous metal and plastic parts coating operations, and Section 10: Flat wood panels; manufacturing operations, filed with the Publisher of the Indiana Register on November 3, 2009, and became effective on December 3, 2009. Published in the Indiana Register on December 2, 2009 (DIN: 20091202-IR-326090220FRA).

(C) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 8: Volatile Organic Compound Rules, Rule 5: Miscellaneous Operations, Section 5: Graphic arts operations, filed with the Publisher of the Indiana Register on November 3, 2009, and became effective on December 3, 2009. Published in the Indiana Register on December 2, 2009 (DIN: 20091202-IR-326090220FRA).

(D) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 8: Volatile Organic Compound Rules, Rule 16: Offset Lithographic Printing and Letterpress Printing, filed with the Publisher of the Indiana Register on November 3, 2009, and became effective on December 3, 2009. Published in the Indiana Register on December 2, 2009 (DIN: 20091202-IR-326090221FRA).

(E) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 8: Volatile Organic Compound Rules, Rule 17: Industrial Solvent Cleaning Operations, filed with the Publisher of the Indiana Register on November 3, 2009, and became effective on December 3, 2009. Published in the Indiana Register on December 2, 2009 (DIN: 20091202-IR-326090221FRA).

(F) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 8: Volatile Organic Compound Rules, Rule 18: Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry Air Oxidation, Distillation, and Reactor Processes, filed with the Publisher of the Indiana Register on November 3, 2009, and became effective on December 3, 2009. Published in the Indiana Register on December 2, 2009 (DIN: 20091202-IR-326090222FRA).

(G) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 8: Volatile Organic Compound Rules, Rule 19: Control of Volatile Organic Compound Emissions from Process Vents in Batch Operations, filed with the Publisher of the Indiana Register on November 3, 2009, and became effective on December 3, 2009. Published in the Indiana Register on December 2, 2009 (DIN: 20091202-IR-326090222FRA).

(H) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 8: Volatile Organic Compound Rules, Rule 20: Industrial Wastewater, filed with the Publisher of the Indiana Register on November 3, 2009, and became effective on December 3, 2009. Published in the Indiana Register on December 2, 2009 (DIN: 20091202-IR-326090222FRA).

(I) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 8: Volatile Organic Compound Rules, Rule 21: Aerospace Manufacturing and Rework Operations, filed with the Publisher of the Indiana Register on November 3, 2009, and became effective on December 3, 2009. Published in the Indiana Register on December 2, 2009 (DIN: 20091202-IR-326090222FRA).

(J) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 8: Volatile Organic Compound Rules, Rule 22: Miscellaneous Industrial Adhesives, filed with the Publisher of the Indiana Register on November 3, 2009, and became effective on December 3, 2009. Published in the Indiana Register on December 2, 2009 (DIN: 20091202-IR-326090221FRA).

(K) Corrections to Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 8: Volatile Organic Compound Rules, Rule 1: General provisions, Section 2: Compliance Methods and Section 4: Testing procedures, filed with the Publisher of the Indiana Register on November 18, 2009, and became effective on January 2, 2010. Published in the Indiana Register on December 16, 2009 (DIN: 20091216-IR-326090220ACA).

(L) Corrections to Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 8: Volatile Organic Compound Rules, Rule 2: Surface Coating Emission Limitations, Section 2: Automobile and light duty truck coating operations, filed with the Publisher of the Indiana Register on November 18, 2009, and became effective on January 2, 2010. Published in the Indiana Register on December 16, 2009 (DIN: 20091216-IR-326090220ACA).

(M) Corrections to Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 8: Volatile Organic Compound Rules, Rule 16: Offset Lithographic Printing and Letterpress Printing, filed with the Publisher of the Indiana Register on November 18, 2009, and became effective on January 2, 2010. Published in the Indiana Register on December 16, 2009 (DIN: 20091216-IR-326090221ACA).

(N) Corrections to Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 8: Volatile Organic Compound Rules, Rule 17: Industrial Solvent Cleaning Operations, filed with the Publisher of the Indiana Register on November 18, 2009, and became effective on January 2, 2010. Published in the Indiana Register on December 16, 2009 (DIN: 20091216-IR-326090221ACA).

(O) Corrections to Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 8: Volatile Organic Compound Rules, Rule 18: Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry Air Oxidation, Distillation, and Reactor Processes, filed with the Publisher of the Indiana Register on November 19, 2009, and became effective on January 3, 2010. Published in the Indiana Register on December 16, 2009 (DIN: 20091216-IR-326090222ACA).

(P) Corrections to Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 8: Volatile Organic Compound Rules, Rule 19: Control of Volatile Organic Compound Emissions from Process Vents in Batch Operations, filed with the Publisher of the Indiana Register on November 19, 2009, and became effective on January 3, 2010. Published in the Indiana Register on December 16, 2009 (DIN: 20091216-IR-326090222ACA).

(Q) Corrections to Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 8: Volatile Organic Compound Rules, Rule 20: Industrial Wastewater, filed with the Publisher of the Indiana Register on November 19, 2009, and became effective on January 3, 2010. Published in the Indiana Register on December 16, 2009 (DIN: 20091216-IR-326090222ACA).

(R) Corrections to Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 8: Volatile Organic Compound Rules, Rule 21: Aerospace Manufacturing and Rework Operations, filed with the Publisher of the Indiana Register on November 19, 2009, and became effective on January 3, 2009. Published in the Indiana Register on December 16, 2009 (DIN: 20091216-IR-326090222ACA).

(S) Corrections to Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 8: Volatile Organic Compound Rules, Rule 22: Miscellaneous Industrial Adhesives, filed with the Publisher of the Indiana Register on November 18, 2009, and became effective on January 2, 2010. Published in the Indiana Register on December 16, 2009 (DIN: 20091216-IR-326090221ACA).

(194) On December 31, 2008, Indiana submitted a Commissioner's Order that provided an alternative monitoring plan for Indianapolis Power and Light—Harding Street Generating Station in Marion County that is being incorporated into its SIP. The alternative monitoring requirements allow the use of a particulate matter continuous emissions monitoring system in place of a continuous opacity monitor.

(i) Incorporation by reference. Commissioner's Order #2008-02 for Indianapolis Power and Light as issued by the Indiana Department of Environmental Management on October 31, 2008.

(195) On June 5, 2009, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management submitted amendments to Indiana's automobile refinishing rule for approval into its state implementation plan (SIP). These rule revisions extend the applicability of Indiana's approved volatile organic compound (VOC) automobile refinishing rules to all persons in Indiana who sell or manufacture automobile refinishing coatings or who refinish motor vehicles.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Indiana Administrative Code Title 326: Air Pollution Control Board, Article 8: Volatile Organic Compound Rules, Rule 10: Automobile Refinishing, filed with the Publisher of the Indiana Register on March 27, 2009, and became effective on April 26, 2009. Published in the Indiana Register on April 22, 2009 (DIN: 20090422-IR-326060603FRA).

[37 FR 10863, May 31, 1972]

Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting §52.800, see the List of CFR Sections Affected, which appears in the Finding Aids section of the printed volume and at www.govinfo.gov.

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